Playing With the Big Boys

Mar 15, 1994
March 15, 1994 Playing With the Big Boys By Jancis Robinson Never before in the history of the world have so many wine producers tried so hard to produce the best possible wine. Which means that it is increas ingly difficult for them to get international recognition for the fruits of their labors, especially if they are based in a region without a blue chip reputation.

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