Trying to keep track of all the grape varieties in Italy is like driving in Naples - chaotic & exhausting.  When it comes to white varieties, Italian wines are a never-ending source of intrigue.

Northern Italy offers a rich mix of indigenous grapes such as Friulano, Cortese and Gargenaga, as well as French/German imports like Gewurtzraminer and Pinot Grigio; whilst Central & Southern Italy feature mainly neutral natives like Trebbiano, the Grecofamily, and Inzolia. 

This class will introduce you to some of these key styles, so that Italian White Wines need not be intimidating.

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