Lagreins grow complex with age

03/29/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The lagrein grape grows in the Alto Adige region of the Italian Alps and nowhere else, and produces crisp, red wines. The wines are hard to sell because they are not well known, said Shin Tseng, wine director at Lupa in New York's Greenwich Village, adding lagreins that have aged a few years are more complex.

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