Wine: Piedmont's rising stars
Italy's Piedmont hills are like a rural Ireland laced with vines and producing spectacular wines, writes Tomás Clancy.
My heart is beating in my ears as I drive through Piedmont, even though I know that the safest place to be when lightning strikes is inside a car.
Home to Europe's most spectacular and most vicious forked lightening, the area is better known as the heart of Italy's spectacular trio of red wines: Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera D'Asti.
Situated over the Alpine foothills from Nice to the west and Italy's Ligurian coast to the...
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