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Tormaresca Bocca di Lupo: Antinori’s Puglian outpost

Stephen Brook tastes the Aglianico-based Bocca di Lupo from Antinori's Puglian outpost...

The Antinori family is indelibly associated with Tuscany, but for decades it has also owned properties elsewhere, such as Piedmont and Napa Valley. In 1989 they ventured into Puglia by purchasing two estates: Bocca di Lupo in Castel del Monte and Masseria Maime, south of Brindisi and close to the Adriatic.

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