Little-Known Italian Wine Surprises

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  1. Tom I love that you write up interesting and lesser known wines. Is the Emidio Pepe Trebbiano in your book by chance? It’s expensive here in the states but it is actually one of the most incredible whites I have ever tasted – and from Trebbiano, a grape that in most hands produces dull and uninteresting wine. The only wine I can liken it to is one of Lopez de Heredia’s white Riojas.

    1. Jonas: I haven’t tried that wine, so thanks much for the recommendation. I’ll definitely keep an eye out for it!

      One of my favorite surprise whites in the book is the Illuminati Pecorino. A producer famous for Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, but this is a beautiful white.

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