A white Italian grape from the Piemonte, a region known for red wine. This difficult to grow grape has historically only been used in blends to soften the tannins of the Nebbiolo grape and in vineyards to distract birds from more desirable grapes. Over the last few decades it has experienced a revival in popularity and is now grown outside Piedmont.

The wines it produces are typically dry and often have notes of pear and apricot.

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