It is used to make the dry Greco di Tufo in Campania Italy, and the sweet Greco di Bianco of Calabria. This latter wine come from the town of Bianco, hence the 'di'. There is no 'di' in the name of the variety.
Greco is being pioneered in Australia along with other Southern Italian varieties in the belief that Australian climates are more akin to the south, rather than the north of Italy.
Flinty, mineral, grapey, peachy, best drunk when young
The early indications are that this variety has quite a future in Australia, however it is occupying a similar niche to varieties like Fiano as a Southern Italian white variety. Fiano has a head start, and it may be difficult to get a critical mass of growers and winemakers interested in the variety. That said, all varieties are initially championed by a just a few pioneers.
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