Verduzzo (or Verduzzo Friulano) is a white Italian wine grape grown predominantly in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of northeast Italy. It is also found in significant plantings in the Piave Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) of the Veneto region, though some of these plantings may be of the separate Verduzzo Trevigiano variety. Verduzzo Friulano is used in varietal and blended wines, many of which fall under DOC as well as vino da tavola designations, that range in style from dry to late harvest wines.
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  • Forza Friuli!

    …, and is not the grape in Hungarian Tokaj, the confusion was sufficient to persuade the European Union to order Friuli’s winemakers to drop any reference to Tocai. The region’s signature white grape is most closely linked Sauvignonasse, a French cultivar and the name by which it is most widely known outside Italy. Di Lenardo’s state-of-the-art cellar…

    Pennsylvania Vine Companyin Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay- 4 readers -
  • Tenuta Tomasella

    …. Next we tried the 2005 `Le Bastie,’ an aged Friulano which reminded me of cream soda! It is left in old and then new oak wood for 11 months giving the wine a round and full taste which lingers for a long time on the tongue. I admit it was warm and intriguing, and like all of Tenuta Tomasellas wines, it carried a great salt minerality. The following…

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