Brothers in Vines

Renzo and Riccardo Cotarella are two of Italy's most successful winemakers, yet have completely different styles. Their family winery unites them
From the Nov 15, 2005, issue
Domenico Cotarella was a viticulturist who had the misfortune of being born in Umbria at a time when wine was an afterthought there, rather than across the border in Tuscany, where it is practically a religion.

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