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  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Julia Harding MW
22 Jun 2007

Soil and climate and other natural environmental factors (terroir, if you prefer) have no respect for political boundaries, and vice versa. This is why, for example, in the new edition of the World Atlas of Wine (Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson, due out this October), the western Slovenian region of Goriska Brda appears on the same map…