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Tradition and Ambition

The Mazzei brothers have 600 years of Chianti history and very modern goals
Bruce Schoenfeld
Issue: December 15, 2005

The stones on the floor of Castello di Fonterutoli's main house are smooth, worn to the feel of marble by the footsteps of generations of Mazzeis. In the library, Filippo Mazzei reaches toward a 700-year-old ceiling and pulls down documents from a bookcase.

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