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grass, vanila, sweet, buttery, candy.

Inama Vigneto du Lot Soave Classico

Submitted by Sara M. on July 08, 2014

a very sweet smell. a little more tart on the tongue, but there are hints of butterscotch & cara...

Inama Vigneto du Lot Soave Classico

Submitted by Jeffrey G. on July 08, 2014

Butter Popcorn, Butterscotch, Caramel Apples, Banana's Foster. Sweet and Savory. Great food wine!

Inama Vigneto du Lot Soave Classico

Submitted by Amy P. on July 08, 2014

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    A device used to squeeze juice out of grapes. Most modern devices use an inflatable bladder; older devices called basket presses are still encountered.

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Which of these grapes is not native to Italy's Trentino-Alto Adige region?