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Italy's New Faces: Luca Sanjust

When wine becomes art
Jo Cooke
Issue: October 31, 2003

It's been some time since Luca Sanjust has been in his art studio -- a barnlike building perched on a small knoll on his family's 665-acre Tuscan wine estate, Fattoria Petrolo. In fact, he hasn't even picked up a paintbrush in more than three years.

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