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The Italian wine country stands out among its counterparts due to its wide array of indigenous grape varietals. Of the country’s 20 wine growing regions, only four yield the majority of its production: Sicily, Puglia, Emilia Romagna and Veneto. Italy is also renowned for its production of organic wines; The state provides incentives for winemakers who choose to convert to and maintain organic viticultural practices. Some of the best known Italian wines are the powerful Barolo and fruity Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Sangiovese from Tuscany, the famous Chianti classico and the refreshing Prosecco.