The Lazio region of Italy is located in central Italy and includes the capital city of Rome. The climate in this region is generally mild, with hot and dry summers and rainy winters. The region is known for producing a variety of wines, including reds, whites, and rosés.
One of the most popular styles of wine from Lazio is Frascati, which is a crisp and refreshing white wine made from the Malvasia grape. Other white wines from the region include the rich and full-bodied Est! Est!! Est!!! di Montefiascone, made from the Trebbiano grape, and the floral and fruity Bianco di Pitigliano, made from the Ansonica grape.
Lazio also produces several red wines, including the light and fruity Cesanese di Affile and the more full-bodied and tannic Cesanese di Olevano Romano, both made from the Cesanese grape. Additionally, the region is known for its sweet wine, Moscato di Terracina, made from the Muscat grape.