Despite Its Success, Pinot Grigio Might Lose Out

In Trentino, Pinot Grigio represents a formidable product in its marketing arsenal. However, the situation of this universally admired varietal here starkly contrasts with that in other wine-growing regions. Clemens Gerke reports.

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The Challenge Facing Italy’s Pinot Grigio

How do you protect and promote a regional grape variety? That was the subject of a recent forum in Verona. Felicity Carter went along to hear the arguments.

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Mezzacorona: Sustainable And Innovative

From 11 to 1600 – in 1904 eleven founding members established the first wine cooperative in Mezzacorona, in Trentino. Since then, generations of families have devoted themselves to cultivating grapes and conserving their habitat.

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Farewell to Roberto Felluga

Friuli loses one of its brightest stars.

Pinot Grigio: higher prices and less availability

The vineyards of northeast Italy have produced high quality Pinot Grigio this year, but less of it. And more is being bottled in the region, which will make it harder to find in bulk, and general price hikes of up to a third quite likely.