So the new name will be “Tai” (pronounce: T-ah-ee).
But Tocai Friulano [sorry: Tai] it's not the only grape that uses this name. We have also a red one, based on a completely different grape, which origin was identified in the grape that takes the name of Grenache in South-east of France, Cannonau in Sardinia (Italy), Alicante and Garnacha in Spain. Tocai Rosso (that was the name) is mainly produced in Colli Berici, a small and hilly area, 60 km. west of Venice. Here you can find nice and light wines, with very interesting quality-price ratios. But pay attention, do not search for Tocai, their labels are now converted to Tai Rosso.
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