(Part 2 in my Wine Education)
Valtellina: A light, straw-colored wine with a fresh taste. Made in Lombardy.
Terlano: A choice white wine form Upper Audige, beautifully translucent, with an elegant bouquet.
Soave: A soft, velvety, dry wine made from grapes grown near Vorona.
Orvieto: The best-known, and one of the choicest, of Italian white wines. There are two types, one dry and the other fruity. Both varieties have an attractive light-yellow color and an exquisitely delicate bouquet. From Umbria.
Frascati: A limpid, golden-yellow wine with a mellow flavor. It is also made in two types, dry and fruity. A wine of historic Latium.
Est-est-est Montefiascone: A golden wine produced near the Lake of Bolsena. Made in two types, dry and sweet. One of the most famous wines of Italy.
Lacrima Christi del Vesuvio: A straw-colored wine - sweet, velvety, and aromatic. The grapes are grown in vineyards on the southern slopes of Mount Vesuvius.
Sansevero: A fine, clear, delicate wine, excellent with fish. One of the best wines of the Apulian district.
Vernaccia del Campidano: A dry, amber-colored wine with a bouquet reminiscent of almond blossoms, and pleasingly bitter. A wine of Sardinia.