There’s something for everyone in this collection of new reviews, including top Brunello, super Tuscans and refreshing whites
Tuscany is best known for its famous reds like Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino, but the Italian region makes a range of styles worth discovering. Today’s selection showcases this diversity, alongside the aforementioned classics. The winemakers featured here also have varied backgrounds, from relative newcomers to longtime pioneers, including a family that has been making wine for 24 generations. Get the scores and tasting notes!
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