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In 2001, Sangiovese excelled
James Suckling
Issue: January 31, 2005

Tuscany seldom has bad vintages. That's why 2002 came as a shock. A wet, cold summer and a difficult harvest led to many mediocre wines. But this difficult vintage followed what was one of the best harvests in years for Tuscany's indigenous variety Sangiovese.

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