There are two Riesling grape varieties: Rhine Riesling and Italic Riesling. Both are grown in northern Italy, mainly in Friuli Venezia-Giulia and Trentino, although Riesling Italico can also be found in Oltrepò Pavese. What differentiates them? Morphologically different in terms of leaf shape and bunch characteristics, Riesling Italico is certainly more drinkable than Riesling Renano, which on the contrary prefers a long period of refinement before opening. Compared to other white wines, Rieslings are characterised by a richly aromatic bouquet and a bitter muscat aftertaste. Choose which Riesling you would like to taste now: Svinando offers numerous bottles from all over the world.