Five Fabulous Italian White Wines That Aren’t Pinot Grigio!

Great article on The Daily Meal by Wanda Mann featuring Velenosi and Tabarrini.
Is Pinot Grigio your go-to Italian white wine? Well, the time has come to shake things up and explore some other varietals! Italy has a seemingly endless selection of expressive and refreshing white wines. Get out of your Pinot Grigio rut and give one of these five beauties a swirl.
Velenosi “Villa Angela” Pecorino Offida DOCG ($15)
This elegant sip from the Marche region shares the same name as Italy’s famous Pecorino cheese but there’s nothing cheesy about this vino. A lovely expression of the Pecorino grape, Villa Angela delights the palate with balanced fruit, floral, tropical, and mineral flavors.
Tabarrini Adarmando ($19)
The Trebbiano Spoletino grape gets the spotlight in this superb sip from the hills of Sagrantino in Umbria. Medium-bodied and juicy with exuberant flavors of peach and a touch of citrus. Tastes like summer!

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