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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