Italy: Southern Wines and Southern Tastes
May 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
As the unique flavours of the wines of Campania, Puglia, Calabria, Basilicata, Sicily and Sardegna win increasing approval world-wide, so the winegrowing of southern Italy continues to achieve results in terms of image and sales which would have been inconceivable ten years ago. The reasons for the upturn of the last decade no longer lie solely with the traditional value for money advantage of southern wines which made the fortune of DOCs like Salice Salento from Puglia or the Calabrian Cirò, or...
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