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Oenotria and Iberia
20 Dec 2010 by Tamlyn Currin
UK importer Enotria picked up the trophy from the International Wine Challenge this year for, as befits their name, Italian Specialist 2010. I had a chance to taste some of their award-netting Italians, along with a few of their wines from Spain and Portugal. And to see what the opposition was doing, I popped into the Justerini & Brooks Italian-Iberian tasting as well. I was unexpectedly struck by Colterenzio's Lafoa Sauvignon Blanc - made by the South Tyrol co-operative, it showed none of the cynical neutrality that is so often the hallmark of co-op wines. Another very exciting high-altitude white was the Nino Negri, Cà Brione...

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