Friday, June 27, 2014

Diversity is key to a good import portfolio

Diversity is the key.  Italy has thousands of grape varieties so to try to get them all would be madness . . . but we can all dream, can't we?

Here are all the grape varieties I currently have from Italy.

Nebbiolo - G.D. Vajra, Luigi Baudana, Favaro and Davide Carlone
Dolcetto - G.D. Vajra and Favaro
Barbera - G.D. Vajra and Favaro
Freisa - G.D. Vajra and Favaro
Pinot Nero - G.D. Vajra
Chardonnay - Luigi Baudana
Riesling - G.D. Vajra and Luigi Baudana
Nascetta - Luigi Baudana
Moscato Bianco - G.D. Vajra and Musto Carmelitano
Erbaluce - Favaro
Croatina - Davide Carlone
Vespolina - Davide Carlone
Corvina - Monte Santoccio
Rondinella - Monte Santoccio
Molinara - Monte Santoccio
Corvinone - Monte Santoccio
Pinot Grigio - Ronco Severo
Sauvignon - Ronco Severo
Friulano - Ronco Severo
Ribolla Gialla - Ronco Severo
Refosco - Ronco Severo
Schioppettino - Ronco Severo
Merlot - Ronco Severo
Vermentino - Santa Caterina
Ciliegiolo - Santa Caterina
Canaiolo - Santa Caterina
Cabernet Sauvignon - Santa Caterina
Albana di Romagna - Tre Monti
Sangiovese di Romagna - Tre Monti
Trebbiano d'Abruzzo - Cirelli
Montepulciano d'Abruzzo - Cirelli
Pecorino - Abbazia di Propezzano
Passerina - Abbazia di Propezzano
Aglianico - Musto Carmelitano

Arriving on next container:

Falanghina
Fiano

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