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  • Many of them are made with native grapes like Arneis, Cortese, Erbaluce, Barbera, Grignolino, and Ruche.

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  • They were made from Pinot Noir, Grenache, Syrah and Grignolino (that would be Heitz, an old favorite that we know brings a smile to the faces of many people who have tried it over the years).

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  • Grignolino d'Asti, Lagrein, Lacrima di Morro d'Alba, Falanghina di Sannio, Refosco (not your common or garden Refosco from any old bit of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, though – I'd prefer a Refosco del Peduncolo Rosso from the Lison Pramaggiore sub-DOC, if you don't mind).

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  • Grignolino d'Asti, Lagrein, Lacrima di Morro d'Alba, Falanghina di Sannio, Refosco (not your common or garden Refosco from any old bit of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, though – I'd prefer a Refosco del Peduncolo Rosso from the Lison Pramaggiore sub-DOC, if you don't mind).

    Italian Lessons

  • They were made from Pinot Noir, Grenache, Syrah and Grignolino (that would be Heitz, an old favorite that we know brings a smile to the faces of many people who have tried it over the years).

    American Rosé Stalls Out

  • Many of them are made with native grapes like Arneis, Cortese, Erbaluce, Barbera, Grignolino, and Ruche.

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  • Crush Wine & Spirits provides the wines which feature some offbeat selections like Grignolino and Greco di Tufo.

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  • Grignolino was long a wine of the aristocracy, and is said to be a favorite of the Piedmont-based Agnelli family, the modern-day aristocracy of Italy.

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  • On a recent trip to Piedmont, the Italian region known for its weighty reds, I was reminded of how much I like Grignolino, the Beaujolais of Italy.

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  • Luckily, the handful of producers who do make Grignolino take special care with it, and one of the most highly regarded, Accornero, sells its Bricco del Bosco Grignolino at Smith & Vine, in Brooklyn, New York (718-243-2864, www. smithandvine.com).

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