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Autochthoinos has published the following reviews related to Italy.

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  1. Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG – “in Ruché, there is this bitter note that I find also in Black Tamjanika: something I associate with wild fruits like those of rowan or elder.”
  2. Rossese by Luigi Calvini, San Remo, Liguria, Italy – “Liguria is a very particular wine-growing region, as there is not even one flat hectare of terrain…They produce relatively little wine and it is largely about regional, often autochthonous varieties like Bosco, Albarolaor Pigato.”
  3. All about Sangiovese – “Sangiovese is among the noblest autochthonous grape varieties in Italy…the spectrum of aromas it may develop depending on terroir is spectacular and it usually has great potential for ageing.”

Photograph by Gianni Dominici, published under a Creative Commons License.

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