Monocolumn: Italy’s New Vintage

Monocolumn: Italy’s New Vintage
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Chianti, Barbaresco, Barolo. Italy has long been known for producing top vintages. But the country’s vintners are now having to make room for producers of another alcoholic beverage that has caught drinkers’ attention: beer.

Monocle
  • 25 october 2010

Monocolumn- Italy’s New Vintage

Monocolumn is Monocle’s daily bulletin of news and opinion. Catch up with previous editions here.

Chianti, Barbaresco, Barolo. Italy has long been known for producing top vintages. But the country’s vintners are now having to make room for producers of another alcoholic beverage that has caught drinkers’ attention: beer.
This weekend at the Salone del Gusto food and drinks fair in Turin, the presence of dozens of artisan brewers made it feel like a second Oktoberfest.

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