Tuscany's Napa

Bolgheri has become a world-class wine region by challenging conventions and adopting international grapes
Tuscany's Napa
Tenuta Argentiera is among the largest estates in Bolgheri, making fresh, ageworthy reds from international varieties led by Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. (Sara Matthews)
From the Apr 30, 2018, issue

This year, Sassicaia celebrates its 50th anniversary. From this one Tuscan wine, which inspired so many others, Bolgheri has grown and evolved from a rugged, beautiful and isolated landscape to one of Tuscany's most important wine regions. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson explains.

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