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Spelt

  Abruzzo’s climate and topography is as varied as any province in Italy.  The regions wines, born mostly from the Montepulciano grape,  are directly impacted by these various microclimates.   From the Colline Teramo on which I previously reported, to the…

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Bùcaro

Abruzzo may be one of the most unique regions in Italy, if not in all of Europe.  Divided climatically by the Apennines Mountain Range, Abruzzo’s climate toward the interior of the province can often be forbidding with harsher winters and…

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Viva Parusso!

  Parusso is located on the border of Castiglione Falleto and Monforte d’Alba.  For over 20 years, the brother and sister team of Marco and Tiziana Parusso have been crafting elegant, rich Barolo.  In 1986, the siblings took control of the winery from their…

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