Roberto Voerzio carries clippers as he strolls, in mid-August, through his Brunate vineyard—2.5 acres planted to Nebbiolo on slopes that cascade below the hilltop town of La Morra. It's one of the top Barolo-making areas of Italy's Piedmont.
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