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Vernaccia is a grape variety with several different forms found in various wine regions throughout Italy. It is often named after the region in which it is grown, such as Vernaccia di Oristano from Sardinia, and Vernaccia di San Gimignano from Tuscany. It is mostly known for producing light white wines, but there is also a dark-skinned variety known as Vernaccia Nera which is used in red wines like Vernaccia di Serrapetrona. The origins of the name Vernaccia is thought to be a pejorative form of the Italian word Vernaculo, meaning "common" or "indigenous."
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