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Tuscany's Exciting New '98 and '99 Reds

Some wines may rival the great 1997 vintage in quality
James Suckling
Issue: November 15, 2001

Some wines may rival the great 1997 vintage in quality By James Suckling In the aftermath of Tuscany's monumental 1997 vintage, it may be difficult to get excited about other vintages from the region. That year produced some of the most exciting reds ever in the history of Italian winemaking, and it looms large in the mind of every lover of Italian wine.

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