Fiorano reclaims the soil for new vintage

10/18/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Italy's Fiorano wine estate is operational again after releasing what had seemed to be its last bottle in 1995. Once a producer of red wines that were little-known to the American public but won accolades from wine connoisseurs, the winery is now run by Alessia Antinori, a granddaughter of the original owner. "We want to sell it to the historical clients of Fiorano, the people who have always believed in and loved this wine, and to private collectors who would appreciate and understand it, just in the same way our grandfather did it," she said.

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