October 31, 1998 Piedmont Looks Ahead Quality slump in Barolo and Barbaresco appears near its end as great new vintages begin to arrive By Per-Henrik Mansson The early '90s weren't kind to Piedmont. It can be one of the world's most exciting wine regions for reds, but from 1991 to 1994 this region suffered three merely average vintages and had just one that was very good.
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