Sammarinese wine

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A Bottle of wine from San Marino

Sammarinese wine is wine from San Marino, which is home to a small but profitable wine industry. Being a small enclave within Italy, its wine industry is often overshadowed by its larger neighbour. The country produces a number of wines such as Brugneto and Tessano (cask-aged red wines) and Biancale and Roncale (still white wines).[1]


  1. ^ Gastronomy Archived 2007-12-18 at the Wayback Machine, Visit San Marino

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