There’s a reason why wild experimentalists typically come from corners of the map you’ve never heard of before. When you’re trying to tend vines in some of the most celebrated places in the wine world, tradition hangs heavy.There are family members to fight, financial barriers to hurdle, not to mention the expectations of drinkers who may not be happy to be surprised by a bottle from a benchmark appellation.Nonetheless, just as in wine’s lesser-known fringes, there are dynamic voices bucking the current: renewing abandoned traditions, and trying something new.
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