VINO BLANCO: Italian whites are much different from the highly oaked Chardonnays common in the U.S. When you are offered wines like Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Fiano di Avellino or Ribolla Gialla, is it any wonder why a wine buyer would be confused? These famous Italian wines have names that are unfamiliar to most, so it's no surprise that many wine lists feature a few comfortable Italian choices, such as Chianti Classico or Pinot Grigio. These two will sell, but your wine program ...

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