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Description: A family of wine grape originating in Greece. All over Italy different types of Malvasia grapes provide varying qualities of wines, both red and white. Good ones are good. Bad ones are bad. It is used to flavour and perfume good quality, white wines, particularly those made in Lazio from Trebbiano grapes, including Frascati. Wines made with Malvasia grapes are at their best around two years old.
Most frequent country: Italy
See places: Italian food and cuisine
See drinks, wines etc: Frascati, Trebbiano