For some time I’ve been quite intrigued to taste the wines of Elisabetta Foradori. Cast up against the Dolomites, in that most curious of Italian wine regions, Trentino-Alto Adige, Elisabetta has been making wines from recuperated, old grape varieties and via what should be deemed the “natural” process. I can be ambivalent about the whole natural thing but tied in to this is that she’s also making wines in amphorae (from Spain even) and thus bypassing the whole oak barrel mindset that still dominates any conversation about aged wines. All […]
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