The name ‘Greco’ actually refers to two different grape varieties, Greco Nero (black) and Greco Bianco (white), the former of which has more land dedicated to its growth, but it is the latter that is most commonly denoted by the shorthand ‘Greco.’

Greco Nero plantings make up 3,200 ha, primarily found in Calabria, and it is often used for blending with the Gaglioppo grape.

As for Greco Bianco, the grape is Italian, but is assumed to be of Greek origin, and recent DNA profiling has revealed that some Greco Bianco is identical to Asprinio. In Campania it is used in the production of the DOCG wine Greco di Tufo, and in Calabria it is used to make the DOC wine Greco di Bianco. Recent advances in vinification methods have led to increased appreciation of Greco Bianco, which is notable for its highly aromatic and delicate character.

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