Set The Wayback Machine For… Next Month? (Highlighting Tuscany’s Terre di Pisa At Palate Press)

I recently visited an area of Tuscany that is, ironically, probably better known for old school Vespa production than for wine, despite being in a prime tourist location between some of the region’s most popular northern cities: Terre di Pisa. It’s an area with a tight-knit, talented group of producers, and some of the more fascinating vineyard soils that you’ll ever see (and believe me, I’ve seen a lot of them).

I wrote about the experience for Palate Press, which you can check out via the link below:

Forward to the Past: the wines of Terre di Pisa

Set The Wayback Machine For… Next Month? (Highlighting Tuscany’s Terre di Pisa At Palate Press)

TdP views from Beconcini

I’m not going to give away the wine geekiness goodies from the article here (c’mon, you’re not really that lazy, are you?) but I thought that I’d at least list and link the wines highlighted in the piece:

Check out the article for the details, and, of course, the wines themselves (for a taste of what Tuscany is like from an area not dominated by the dueling monocultures of grapes and olives…).

Cheers!

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