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Regions: 20 Zones: 169 Types of wine: 1272 Words in dictionary: 145
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We've found 113 wine(s) in our Italian Wine Guide which are good for Red meat.

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Regardless if you are a novice or expert in Italian wine you've come to the right place. Italian Wine Guide is the source of knowledge to Italian wine.

So much more than Amarone
You probably already know wines like Barolo, Brunello or you may be particularly interested in Amarone, which many have really embraced. But Italian wine is much, much more.

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Ostuni Bianco DOC

Ostuni Bianco DOC (or Bianco di Ostuni DOC) is a straw-colored, delicate white wine, ideal for fish dishes. It is produced from the somewhat obscure grapes Impigno (50-85%), Francavilla (15-50%), Bianco d’Alessano and/or Verdeca (0-10%). This is a dry and simple wine, which, besides being a good accompaniment to fish dishes, is perfectly suited to be an aperitif. Aging potential is up to 2 years.  

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Colli Tortonesi Bianco DOC

Hold on tight because this wine may be produced from an impressive variation of grapes, namely Cortese and / or Favorita, Müller Thurgau, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, Riesling Italico, Riesling renano, Barbera Bianca , Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Sylvaner Verde and / or Timorasso. That would certainly be all.

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