Gabbiano Gets It Right

One of the downsides of the generally salutary Italian wine revolution of the last couple of decades has been the dramatic increases in prices, increases that have all too often far exceeded the very real increase in quality. This has been particularly true of the traditional wine of Tuscany, Chianti, whose prices have ridden the ever-cresting wave of increases regardless of whether their quality warrants it or not.

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