No other country can rival Italy for the diversity of styles and grape varieties in its white wines. From the cool north our list boasts excellent Soave from Coop Alpha Zeta, Montresor and Pieropan; Lugana from Ca’ dei Frati, Gavi from La Giustiniana. Further to the east Tocai Friulano from Specogna and Chardonnay from Vie di Romans offer high quality. From Venezie, extensive tasting has uncovered top Sauvignon Blanc from Plozner and remarkable Traminer from Martellozzo. Further south Valentin Sciotto of Vesevo produces amazing indigenous varietal wine of Greco di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino and Falanghina from Campania.