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Those looking for a change of pace from Chardonnay might want to try this Fiano from southern Italy. Lovely aromas of peaches and minerals follow through to a medium body, with good acidity and a creamy, appley aftertaste. Delicious. Drink now through 200
Here's another wine that should help convert Chilean non-believers. Subtle smoke weaves through the polished plum and blackberry flavors. Sweet, medium-weight fleshy texture and juicy finish. Delicious. Good to see this wine living up to expectations. 60 —James Molesworth
From the Falanghina grape comes this tasty wine. Aromas of flint, peaches and pomegranate. Medium- to full-bodied, with lovely fruit and a round and ripe fruit aftertaste. A very good value in a solid white from the south of Italy. Drink now. 37,500 case —James Suckling
Rich, ripe and generous Shiraz, with polished tannins surrounding a virtual explosion of plum, blackberry and blueberry flavors, which resonate nicely on the balanced finish. Drink now through 2005. 14,000 cases made. Spectator Selection. —Harvey Steiman
Feudi di San Gregorio is one of the Campania region's top producers, with their whites made from the Fiano grape helping to lead their portfolio. This delicious wine offer interesting aromas of apples, pears, cream and hints of minerals lead into this med —James Suckling
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