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Winos: No Sulfites in Italian Wine?

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I heard that sulfites are added to Italian and maybe other imported wines to the USA. Is this why the wine in Italy does not give me a headache or a hangover like it can here?

Do even small wineries add sulfites before shipping? I don't know how this can be possible. Anyone know for sure? This trip I am going to ship alot back that is for sure.

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