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Frappato is a red grape primarily grown on the South-Eastern coast of Sicily. Styles can range from rosés, to light-bodied, floral red wines; similar to those made from Pinot Noir or Gamay in France; to fuller-flavoured, medium-bodied aromatic reds. It’s a grape which is coming back into fashion among wine growers as it stands up well to climate change and is definitely worth checking out.

General Characteristics

Wines with this grape

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