Italy’s long-lived whites

It’s generally assumed that Italian white wines are cheap, cheerful and made to be consumed during the first year after the harvest. And while this may be the case for most Italian whites, and for the majority of white wines made around the globe, Italy produces some stunning whites that break the drink-now stereotype by developing depth and complexity as they age.

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Italy’s long-lived whites
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Italy produces some stunning whites that break the drink-now stereotype by developing depth and complexity as they age.
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Wine Enthusiast
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