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  • Walter Speller
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  • Walter Speller
12 Jul 2018

My trip to Barbaresco to taste the new 2015 vintage last month was dominated by one topic only: rain. For more than a month it had rained so much that producers had been unable to enter their vineyards with tractors. Spraying copper and sulphur to ward off fungal disease and cutting rampant weeds on Barolo and Barbaresco's slippery clay slopes…