The Quality Threshold

Posted on November 25, 2011

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The Quality Threshold
The world’s most prolific wine growing regions produce a considerable amount of what can be deemed to be “value wine” for the on-premise sector. However their greatest assets are often found in wines that trade on more than price alone. Sicily—which has historically been one of Italy’s most prolific wine-growing regions—and La Mancha, which occupies the very heart of Spain, are two regions that warrant a closer look for both their abilities to produce wines of quantity and for their recent gains in quality.

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