The Strange Case Of the Anti-Italian Wine Lovers James Suckling I continue to be surprised by people's prejudice against Italian red wines, no matter how great they may be. Some people--especially in England--would never question the inherent quality of a fine red from the northern Rhône, Burgundy or Bordeaux, but give them Barolo, Barbaresco, Chianti or Brunello and they turn up their noses.
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