On the Tuscan Coast: New Releases

This year readers will find a wide range of outstanding wines from Italy’s Maremma, a stretch of coastal vineyards that runs from the province of Grosseto in the south to Livorno to the north. Although some of Italy’s most famous wines are found here, it is important to remember that Maremma, once an open big, disease-infested marsh, has only been considered a world-class wine region for a few decades.


Grower Profile – Ulises Valdez

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The 2015 Cape Winemakers Guild Auction

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Old aglianico vineyard in taurasi village

Campania: Made in Italy

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Alla Dama Bianca, Trieste, Italy

Alla Dama Bianca is one of my favorite places to go for Adriatic seafood at its best. The food is delicious, while the outdoor terrace is a great spot to enjoy a leisurely meal and the long days of summer. Several recent dinners were outstanding.


La Pyramide Patrick Henriroux, Vienne, France

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Ava Gene’s, Portland, OR


Torre del Saracino, Vico Equense, Italy


La Ciccia, San Francisco, CA

Vinous Favorites

2014 Tua Rita Rosso di Notri ($20) 91 points

2014 Tua Rita Rosso di Notri, 91 points

A juicy, flamboyant wine, the 2014 Rosso di Notri is bursting at the seams with fruit. Black cherry, plums, sweet spices and mint abound in a juicy, intense wine to drink in its youth, while the fruit remains vibrant. (AG)


Cellar Favorites

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2008 Bodega Poesia Poesia

If you think of Mendoza’s Malbec-based wines as rich and ripe but a bit chunky and best for early drinking, try the supremely elegant 2008 vintage of Poesia, a 60/40 blend of Malbec and Cabernet Franc from ungrafted vines planted in 1935.

1990 Jacques Selosse Brut Blanc de Blancs

1998 Seppi Landmann Sylvaner Recolté en Vin de Glace

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