September 30, 1997 An Italian Favorite Puts on a Western Hat Will American Sangiovese ever rival the best Tuscan wines, in the way California Cabernet Sauvignon has taken on its Bordeaux counterparts? Perhaps, judging from the quality tasted at the first International Sangiovese Symposium, held recently at Napa Valley's Atlas Peak Vineyards, owned by Tuscany's Antinori family.
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