Pioneering Tuscany's Maremma

Massive investment and dozens of new wines mark the emergence of this promising wine region
Jo Cooke, James Suckling
Issue: October 31, 2003

In the past five years, millions of dollars have been poured into the vineyards and wineries of Maremma, the area around Grosseto along the Mediterranean coast in southwest Tuscany. Investors have been attracted by affordable land, inexpensive production costs and a warm maritime climate that can ensure good grape quality.

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