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Italy '97: Antinori

At the 2007 Wine Experience, Abiera Antinori poured her family's 1997 Marchesi Antinori Solaia for more than 1,000 appreciative winelovers. This wine, a Cabernet blend from Tuscany, was Wine of the Year in 2000.
November 27, 2007

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Antinori in Napa: Antica Winery

Although Antinori is best-known for its portfolio of Tuscan wines, this family business has many projects in the works, including Antica Winery in Napa Valley. Meet Alessia Antinori as she describes Antica and making wine in the New World.
March 15, 2011

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Antinori Tignanello

Tignanello is one of Tuscany's most important wines. With this blend of Sangiovese with Cabernet Sauvignon, Piero Antinori reached a new level of quality. Join James Suckling and Piero as they discuss Tignanello and taste the stunning 2004.
March 3, 2008

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Antinori Family

Piero Antinori helped bring Tuscan wines to prominence and built the family wine business into a small empire. But how do you pass it on to your children? Piero's plan is firmly in place -- meet the next generation with James Suckling.
June 9, 2008

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Tuscan Sangiovese Seminar with Piero Antinori

Tuscany's grape is Sangiovese and few winemakers know Tuscany as well as Piero Antinori, whose family has been making wine here for 26 generations. Learn the distinct styles of Sangiovese with Piero and Bruce Sanderson.
August 21, 2012

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Italy '97: Intro

1997 was a benchmark vintage in Italy. Join Wine Spectator senior editor as he tastes some of his favorite wines (including Gaja and Antinori) with winemakers and winery owners at the Wine Experience in 2007.
November 26, 2007

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Top 10 of 2007 Tasting

Watch the Top 10 Tasting at Wine Spectator's 2008 Wine Experience. You'll revisit the Top 10 of 2007 and meet the winemakers as they discuss their winning wines.
December 2, 2008

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Tuscan Harvest

Harvest is make-or-break time for the vintage and the weeks leading up to it are crucial. This is when Wine Spectator senior editor James Suckling caught up with winemakers around Tuscany to see how 2007 looks in Montalcino, Bolgheri and Chianti.
October 15, 2007

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