Growing and Winemaking in Italy
How the leading boutique wineries in Italy respond to competition, global warming and innovation.
by Paul Franson
Feb 2008 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
A visit to unfamiliar wineries almost always turns up some interesting ideas, including new techniques and equipment that might be useful in California or even Nebraska. Here are some growing and winemaking ideas noted on a recent tour of mostly high-end wineries in Abruzzo and Tuscany and ranged across central Italy. Traditional arberello (bush) vines at Tenuta Settiponti. ...
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