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This Northern Italian Winemaker Is Crushing It!

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Alto Adige, Sudtirol, South Tyrol

Klaus Lentsch makes one of the most amazing Lagrein wines I’ve tried recently. For those who don’t know him, he’s an Italian winemaker and businessman in the Alto Adige region of northern Italy. And if you’ve never heard of Lagrein, it’s a grape native to this area where 97% of it grows. So where is Alto Adige? Where the Southern… Read more »

The One High Altitude Wine Region You Must Try #ItalianFWT

Alto Adige gets about 300 sunny days per year – perfect for high acidity retention in its grapes. It’s where snow capped mountain slopes meet a Mediterranean climate with pristine blue skies. And it’s where distinctive wines are produced. The Italian Food, Wine, and Travel authors (#ItalianFWT) virtually travel to northern Italy for Alpine Wines this month. And, in fact,… Read more »