Shesh i Zi (lit. "black field") is an Albanian red wine variety. The varietal is named for the Shesh Hills of Central Albania just outside Tirana, and is recommended served at approximately 65-68 degrees Fahrenheit. Albania has been called cradle of Mediterranean viticulture.
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