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Sicily turns a corner
16 May 2012 by Walter Speller
Sicily, with its many layers of different civilisations such as the Greek one in evidence here at Agrigento, is one of the most thrilling places I have ever visited. My first visit was in 1970 when the wine was virtually undrinkable so it is wonderful to observe the fine wine revolution that is currently underway on the island. Let Walter, below, be your guide - JR  The wines I tasted recently at the Assovino En Primeur event in Sicily described in How (not) to organise a tasting were mainly a selection of the last three vintages, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Although I had a good sampling of each of these, I still found it difficult to...

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