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From GoLocalProv by Steffen Rasch, GoLocalProv Wine Writer:
This week’s wines brings us back to one of my favorite wine producing countries—Italy. The best thing about Italian viticulture is that while it boasts its fair share of classic wines, such as Barolo, Amarone and Chinati (just to name a few), there always seems to be something new, different and exciting to taste. This week’s selections reflects this as I taste a new release of one of my favorite reserve Chiantis from a few years ago and a white wine made from a grape varietal you don’t come across every day.
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