by Alex McKay
Oct 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Reprinted with permission by Australia & New Zealand Wine industry JournalYou know, it's a freakish variety really,' says Fred Pizzini, clawing at lateral shoots with both hands, a pair of Armani sunglasses hanging from his lips. A former tobacco farmer and now successful King Valley grapegrower, Fred is trying to lighten the load of foliage on the lower part of vertically trained Nebbiolo shoots, during the period just after fruitset. The denser-than-usual foliage is a function of both a we...
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