Italians Know This Light, Crisp Wine and You Should, Too


While most of us might think of Pinot Grigio this summer, Italian wine drinkers turn to Soave. Fred Tasker of the Miami Herald explains why.

This article, written by Fred Tasker, appears in the Miami Herald.

U.S. wine drinkers should get familiar with Italian soave.

To most Americans, Italy’s best-known white wine probably is pinot grigio, the light, crisp, mineral-scented wine we find reasonably priced on restaurant wine lists.

To Italians, a better-known local white wine is soave, also light and crisp, maybe a little fruitier than pinot grigio.

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