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Five Tuscan vintages to drink now

Michaela Morris looks at which Tuscan vintages to pull from the cellar and enjoy right now...

Portrayed by sun-soaked landscapes, Tuscany appears to be an idyllic place to grow grapes. It is. But that doesn’t mean it is immune to vintage variation. Like many regions around the globe, Tuscany has experienced even greater extremes in the last couple of decades – from unseasonably cool, rainy weather one year to heatwave and drought the next.


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