When next in Rome, drive south of the city or take a bus. You will immediately start climbing the hills and will soon be in Frascati. (Technically you will still be within the Metropolitan City of Rome.) If you can, stay the night in one of the magnificent villas that were originally country homes of the Roman aristocracy. Vineyards cover the hills, and only white wine is made. Several local grapes are used, but Malvasia and Trebbiano dominate. This vintage hasn't been reviewed, but Monica Larner reviewed the 2013 in the Wine Advocate: 88 "A fresh and crisp white wine that tastes great with salads or mixed vegetable dishes. The bouquet shows floral and citrus aromas and the delivery is clean and sharp. Bright acidity keeps the palate refreshed."