Italy is one of the oldest wine growing countries in the world, with vines being introduced by the Greeks as early as 800BC. Italy is the largest producer of wine, with over one million vineyards across its regions. Italy is known to have over 350 registered grape varieties with many more only grown locally. A number of Italian grape varieties (such as Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barolo and Barbaresco) grown in Italy have not been popular in the New World, not due to their lack of quality but because they are not as well recognised and therefore wine makers do not want to take the risk planting these vines.
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