Asprinio (az-prin-EE-o)

Or asprinio bianco as it is commonly known, is indigenous to southern Italy’s Campania region. Strikingly, the grape is still grown by the ancient method of allowing the vines to climb up local poplar trees so that they rise 30 or more feet in the air.

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