Sunday July 12, 2020

3 wines to try, buy and put by

28th August, 2016

Italy’s wine culture is so widespread and so locally orientated that many wine regions barely show up on the landscape of international wine shelves at all. One such region is the Val d’Aosta, which is located high up in the Alps and just half an hour from the Italian entrance to the Mont Blanc tunnel and skiing resorts like Courmayeur.

This region has steep, well-drained slopes full of complex minerals and...

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