Transforming Tuscany

Four consulting winemakers are making their marks on Italy
From the Oct 31, 2005, issue
In 1983, Italian enologist Carlo Ferrini was working for the Consorzio Chianti Classico, giving winemakers in the appellation technical advice. Mostly, he focused on the haphazard state of their vineyards.

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