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Grechetto is a grape variety grown mainly in Umbria and Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Grechetto di Orvieto and Grechetto di Todi are the two distinct varieties, which are often confused and blended together. These varieties are known for their light-bodied, high-acidic wines. Grechetto di Todi is considered superior and is often referred to as Pignoletto in Emilia Romagna. The name Grechetto is used in various Umbrian DOCs and Todi DOC for both Bianco blends and varietal wines. Grechetto Rosso is a separate variety, which is believed to be a biotype of Sangiovese.
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