Chianti Classico

A new generation delivers world-class wines
James Suckling
Issue: September 15, 2002

Giampaolo Motta's small-production red, Giorgio Primo, is one of Italy's top wines. It could be sold as a super Tuscan, just like Solaia or Tignanello, but its 41-year-old maker continues to label the wine as Chianti Classico.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands September 15, 2002.

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