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Forming a crescent along Italy’s northwestern Mediterranean coast ...
Forming a crescent along Italy’s northwestern Mediterranean coast, Liguria is one of the country’s smallest regions. Though its ports, Genoa and Savona have welcomed foreign influence for centuries, the region today is experiencing a fresh interest in its own indigenous varieties. Liguria commits large efforts to the white Vermentino (also called Pigato) and the red varieties Rossese, Sangiovese and Dolcetto (also called Ormeasco in Liguria).
Liguria has no shortage of dizzyingly steep, coastal vineyards. On its eastern end in Cinqueterre, Vermentino grows along cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean. On its west, bordering France, terraced, seaside vineyards are home to Rossese di Dolceacqua, Liguria’s powerful yet highly aromatic red.
Giacomelli Vermentino Colli di Luni Pianacce 2017Vermentino from Liguria, Italy
Colle dei Bardellini Pigato 2016Other White Wine from Riviera Ligure di Ponente, Liguria, Italy
Colle dei Bardellini Vermentino 2016Vermentino from Riviera Ligure di Ponente, Liguria, Italy