It's an October afternoon in Barbaresco, the hilltop town that lends its name to some of Piedmont's best Nebbiolos. Harvesttime is a busy time in Barbaresco. Tractors and pickups line the gentle incline of the village's main street to consign freshly picked Nebbiolo grapes to the winery of Produttori del Barbaresco, a small growers' cooperative.
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