Italian cru: the most interesting

Italian cru: the most interesting

In the last issue of Civiltà del bere, published for Vinitaly, there was a special feature on the concept of the “cru” or single vineyard. Why is it making a comeback today? Where are the real confines of a cru? We made a quick trip round the world in search of the most interesting single vineyards, the ones that have created the legend of fine wines. These, in our opinion, (though we had to make many sacrifices and omissions) are the Italian cru that should always be kept to hand (in the cellar): read here.

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