Romagna winemakers aim for Tuscan quality

Cristina Geminiani of Fattoria Zerbine in Romagna, Italy, explains the traditional alberello method of training grape vines. The steep hillsides promote good drainage in the heavy clay soils only a few kilometers from the Adriatic Sea.



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Cristina Geminiani of Fattoria Zerbine in Romagna, Italy, explains the traditional alberello method of training grape vines. The steep hillsides promote good drainage in the heavy clay soils only a few kilometers from the Adriatic Sea.

FAENZA, Italy — The dense humidity pressing against your skin and the heavy clay soils clinging to your shoes are part of everyday life in the Romagna region of northern…




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