If Tuscany is a garden then Piedmont is a jungle, still beautiful but not quite as civilized. The hills are steeper and the woods a bit deeper, but that doesn’t make this part of Italy any less interesting from a wine point-of-view. Far from it, Piedmont is home to several varietals that lodge near the top of many wine lovers’ lists…Click here to see more of my Unfiltered, Unfined column.
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