April 30th, 2001 Bright Spots in a Dull Region Italy's Veneto struggles to fulfill its potential By James Suckling Of all the wine regions in Italy, Veneto may be the most frustrating. Some outstanding red and white wines made by a handful of producers prove it has world-class potential, yet overall, Veneto is an underachiever, too often satisfied with turning out oceans of plonk.
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