Native Italians

Explore Italy’s indigenous grape varieties with Charles Scicolone

Campania's Falanghina enjoys saoking up some Mediterranean sunshine.

Campania's Falanghina enjoys soaking up some Mediterranean sunshine.

Italy, perhaps more than any other wine-producing country in the world, has an abundance of indigenous grape varieties. The list of literally hundreds of native grapes allows for endless possibilities in winemaking. On October 22, let Italian wine expert and author Charles Scicolone guide you through a unique tasting of some of Vino’s favorite wines made from popular varieties indigenous to Italy. Participants will taste ten wines, while Charles will explain how Italian winemakers cultivate, cherish and blend their unique plantings.

Charles Scicolone

Charles Scicolone

Native Grape Varieties
with Charles Scicolone
Wednesday, October 22

Check out Vino’s full Fall Class Schedule.

121 East 27th Street
New York, NY 10016

For more information call 212-725-6516 or email


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