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In southeastern Spain, pioneering winemakers are producing robust reds
Bruce Schoenfeld
Issue: December 15, 2006

On a summer afternoon in Spain's sunbaked southeast corner, inside the parched triangle of arid land formed by the cities of Alicante, Albacete and Murcia, the temperature is nudging 106° F. The air shimmers.

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