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Lombardia is a wine-growing region in northern Italy, located in the Lombardy region. The region is known for producing a wide variety of wines, including red, white, and sparkling wines. Some of the most famous wine-producing areas in Lombardia include the Franciacorta region, which is known for its sparkling wines, and the Valtellina region, which is known for its red wines.

The grapes commonly grown in Lombardia include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Blanc, which are used to make white and sparkling wines, as well as red wines. The region is also home to several native grape varieties, such as Nebbiolo, which is used to make the full-bodied red wines of the Valtellina region, and Barbera, which is used to make the rich and fruity red wines of the Oltrepò Pavese region.

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