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12th June, 2016

The frappato grape has been quietly stalking the wine world for around four or five years with the support of the hipster underground and Scandi cuisine fans.

Pascal Rossignol of Le Caveau is a passionate advocate via Arianna Occhipinti’s brilliant SP68, which is a nero d’avola and frappato blend. A fine wine, but expensive at €33.95.

This is Tesco’s version of the now solo run for frappato. There is good ripe,...

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