Freisa (FRAY-zhah)

Bitter, acidic, aromatic red grape of the northwestern Italian province of Piedmont. Thought to be an offspring of nebbiolo. Traditionally made into a frothy, slightly sparkling, pale red wine with a touch of sweetness. Today, often made in a still, dry style.

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