Italian wine of reasonable quality, suitable for drinking with a meal.
- ‘Most of Italy's most ambitious still Chardonnays, exhibiting every possible wine-making technique, are white versions of Supertuscans (typically a barrique aged vino da tavola from Tuscany) with some counterparts in Umbria too.’
- ‘In Tuscany, producers determined to make new-style wines abandoned the terroir-based Chianti labels for the humble designation vino da tavola (table wine).’
Italian, literally ‘table wine’.
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