Otto Nieminen wrote:(hoping others will taste a little known area...)
Two weeks ago I posted some pretty extensive notes titled Reds of the OltrepoPavese. Last spring I did some on the Valtelline wines.
It's a vastly underrecognized area for some really good/tasty/affordable reds. In particular, I think the Valtelline region offers a far better model for Calif Nebbiolo than does the Piedmonte. Some of the Sfursats are terrific.
Otto Nieminen wrote:I'm happy that so many found some wines or notes! It tasted (and reads) like an area I should become better acquainted with.
Agostino Berti wrote:People look to heralded regions of Italy to buy wine without realizing that these smaller regions, although not well known, have been making wine for hundreds of years so they are fully worthy of consideration....
Where the heck are you anyway? I should know, I've read your posts enough, but I'm guessing Scandinavia. Sucks you had to pay 40 Euros for that Teroldego. Anyway, good luck having your sister's boyfriend find a Groppello!!
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