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Freisa is a distant cousin of the prestigious Nebbiolo grape, and also grown in Piedmont, Italy. It’s very versatile and is used to make a variety of light-bodied red wines: still, dry, sweet and even sparkling. Due to its high tannins, it is a really good wine to pair with salty, fatty foods.

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