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Grape variety

Aglianico

Born of ashes.

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Albariño

Sea-fresh to sea-fish

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Aleatico

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Alfrocheiro Preto

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Alicante Bouschet

Concise in colour and flavour

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Amigne

The wine with the bees

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Arneis

The effort is worth it

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Baco

The delicate grape that defeated the philloxera

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Barbera

The all-around culinary companion

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Blaufränkisch

Fanned by warm winds

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Bonarda

Confusion from Italy to Argentina

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Bourboulenc

A hint of smoke

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Brachetto

Already loved by the romans 

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Brunello

Epitome of Tuscany

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Cabernet Franc

Forefather of the Bordeaux varieties

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Cabernet Sauvignon

The backbone of Bordeaux

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Canaiolo nero

Ingredient of the Chianti recipe

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Cannonau

Grenache seldom comes alone

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Carignan

Fervid oddball

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Carmenere

Incognito emigrant

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Carminoir

The lovely breed from the Zürichsee

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Chardonnay

King or beggar?

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Chasselas

Swiss pride

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Chenin Blanc

Small area, great variety

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Cinsault

Sun in a glass

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Clairette blanche

A hint of smoke

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Colombard

Cognac ingredient and summer wine grapes

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Colorino

Brings color to the game

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Completer

A monk wine worthy of worshiping

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Cornalin

A mouthful of wine

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Corvina

Everything stays in the family

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Corvinone

Born for the supporting role

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Counoise

Crisp, rare and elegant

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Códega do Larinho

Protected by the UNESCO

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Diolinoir

Unanticipated qualities

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Dolcetto

The upstart from Piedmont

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Dornfelder

The reliable German Growth

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Encruzado

Smooth even in the poorest soil

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Ermitage

Lieber zu zweit als allein

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Folle blanche

Is undergoing a fascinating renaissance

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GF 48-12

The strange name gives extra effort

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Gamaret

Still mysterious, even though tested through and through

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Gamay

The ideal summer red

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Garganega

Freshness from Veneto

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Gargollassa

Nearly extinct, today seductively full of temper

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Garnacha

Grenache seldom comes alone

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Gelber Muskateller

A sweet family

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Gewürztraminer

Floral wines for exotic cuisine

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Glera

Under a new name

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Godello

Mentioned by roman scholars

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Gouveio

The stranger stong in alcohol

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Graciano

A small, mundane black one

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Grauburgunder

The aromas of the forest

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Grenache

Grenache seldom comes alone

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Grenache Blanc

Strength for the white Châteauneuf

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Grenache gris

No grey mouse

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Gropello

Culinary delight

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Grüner Veltliner

From Austria to the world

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Heida

Helvetic shooting star

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Humagne blanc

The maternity wine

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Humagne rouge

Wild wine

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Jaen

Mysterious origin, today widespread

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Lagrein

With South Tyrolean cheese and dumplings

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Macabeo

For fruity cava and white Rioja

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Malbec

New Home, New Fortune

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Malvasia

A hint of smoke

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Mammolo

Flowers for the nose

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Mantonegro

The prince of Mallorca

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Manzoni Bianco

The cultured diva

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Marsanne

Better in twos than alone

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Marselan

Complex and intensive harmony

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Marzemino

Mozart’s Inspiration

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Mazuelo

Fervid oddball

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Mencia

Mysterious origin, today widespread

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Merlot

Everybody’s darling

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Molinara

Content in the supporting role

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Monastrell

Hot-blooded Spaniard

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Montepulciano

Separate namesakes

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Morillon

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Moscato bianco

A sweet family

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Mourvèdre

Hot-blooded Spaniard

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Muscadelle

Of unknown origin, still internationally widespread

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Muscat

A sweet family

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Müller-Thurgau

Germany and Switzerland combine

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Nebbiolo

Proud Piedmontese

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Negroamaro

Velvety southern Italian

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Nero d'Avola

The taste of Sicily

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Neuburger

Neuburger is Austria

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Palomino

The knight of the grapes

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Parellada

Giving cava its elegance

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Pedro Ximénez

Liquid raisins

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Petit Meslier

Adored by Lukullus and gourmets all over the world

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Petit Verdot

Bordeaux’s secret weapon

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Petite Arvine

A grain of salt

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Piedirosso

nomen est omen

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Pinot Beurot

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Pinot Grigio

The aromas of the forest

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Pinot blanc

Lively sparkling, substantial white

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Pinot gris

The aromas of the forest

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Pinot meunier

Freshness boost for champagnes

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Pinot noir

Blueprint of the terroir

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Portugieser

Historical, though shady

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Prensal blanc

Mallorcan fruit basket

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Primitivo

The perfect pizza wine

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Prugnolo gentile

Epitome of Tuscany

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Rabigato

The widepread wild white

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Rebo

The perfect crossing

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Regent

Red diamond

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Riesling

The cold-weather king

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Roesler

Problably the fleshiest breed

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Rondinella

Robust grapes

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Rondo

Not afraid of Jack Frost

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Roussanne

The vivacious redhead

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Räuschling

History to drink

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Saint Laurent

The grape with the halo

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Sangiovese

Epitome of Tuscany

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Sangiovese Grosso

Epitome of Tuscany

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Sankt Laurent

The grape with the halo

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Sauvignon Blanc

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Seyval blanc

An early ripening little fruit

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Shiraz

A hint of pepper

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Souzão

Already bewitches the eye

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Spätburgunder

Blueprint of the terroir

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Sylvaner

Asparagus partner and sweet wine star

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Syrah

A hint of pepper

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Sémillon

The fungi be thanked

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Tannat

Dark as ink, good for the heart

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Tempranillo

Iberian Native

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Tinta Amarel

Difficult to grow, easy to drink

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Tinta Barroca

Opulent Portuguese

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Tinta Cão

The wine that inspired Portuguese literature

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Tinta Roriz

Iberian Native

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Tinta de Toro

Iberian Native

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Torrontés

Argentinian Altitude Euphoria

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Touriga Franca

Ingredient for red wine and port.

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Touriga Nacional

National emblem

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Trebbiano

Largest wine provider in the world

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Treixadura

Late ripe, therefore stong

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Ugni blanc

Largest wine provider in the world

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Verdejo

Spain’s top white

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Verdicchio

The white wine star from the Marches

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Viognier

Saved from extinction

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Viosinho

Loved from Alentejo to the Azores

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Viura

For fruity cava and white Rioja

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Weisser Burgunder

Lively sparkling, substantial white

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Welschriesling

Stays noble in the cold

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Xarel-Lo

Charmingly coarse and unspoilt

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Zweigelt

Flatterer with a backbone

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