Slow Wine Magazine

Issue04

December 2014

IN THIS ISSUE


Franciacorta

An area that has become synonymous with Italian Metodo Classico in the last 20 years. An essential tasting for anyone planning to drink at Christmas.

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Roero 2004

There’s more than just the Langhe to Piedmont. Great Nebbiolos are also made in Roero, across the Tanaro river. We tried them 10 years on, with some very surprising outcomes.

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Chianti Rufina

North of Florence, a tiny appellation in rapid ascent. High altitudes and winemakers’ outstanding respect for the environment have brought this Sangiovese-based wine with great character.

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Giulio Ferrari

Riserva del Fondatore in nine different versions, from 1989 to 2002. The story of a legend through the decades, and proof that Italian Metodo Classico has a lot to say, even at a global level.

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