For decades, the king of big, opulent red wine for the winter festivities was Amarone, the enigmatic and stylish northern Italian superstar. It played on the same very high-quality fields as Bordeaux wines such as St-Émilion, Spain’s hefty Rioja and above all, Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
When the New World wines from Australia, California and latterly Argentina began to offer the same kind of heft and opulence for matching or cheaper prices,...
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