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Vernaccia

Vernaccia roughly translates to “local grape”. It’s grown all over Italy, the provenance indicated by “di”, or “of”. The most popular of them is Vernaccia di San Gimignano. This wine is a beneficiary of the American tourist trade through Tuscany, with hordes of returning visitors searching out the light, refreshing white wine from the quaint town of San Gimignano.  It’s an easy-going wine with fresh citrus fruits and nutty accents, perfect for refreshing the palate after a long day of traipsing around Tuscany - or washing down an antipasto platter. Fortunately, you don’t need to go to Tuscany to get it. Fontaleoni is widely available at great values.

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