Corsica is well worth discovering-mixing a slice of Provence with a helping of Italy, yet all the while proudly and stubbornly Corsican. If it had only gorgeous scenery, great beaches and picturesque villages, it would be enough to fill any dream vacation. But Corsica also offers a singular, authentic culture, a rich cuisine and exciting wines produced from local grapes with tongue-twisting names. Wine Spectator's Robert Camuto explains.
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