Italians off the beaten track
12 Jun 2014 by Jancis Robinson
Italy has a wider range of wine treasures to share with us than any country I can think of. (This bold statement has inspired some debate on our forum!) The following wines were shown as part of the second major tasting event of last month's MW Symposium in Florence , discussed in this overview . They were initially going to show us the top 50 wines of Italy but, predictably, no one could agree which they were. So, instead, they decided to show us a range of Italian wines that are either made from unusual indigenous grape varieties, on vineyards in difficult terrain, or in vineyards that have lain abandoned for many...

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