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  • Walter Speller
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  • Walter Speller
21 Jan 2015

The beginning of the new year in Italy transforms the sleepy, wintry hills of Tuscany into a hotbed of activity. Traditionally this is the time of the anteprima, when the new vintages are presented – not as cask samples as in the en primeur French model, but these wines are, crucially, already bottled and ready to go on the market. Many wines in…