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This is a diverse geographical section, even a motley collection but one that sparkles here and there with real vibrancy. Our focus here naturally is to support the exciting, emerging regions and nations rather than waste space on those perenially under-achieving countries - http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-europe-middle-east-and-africa/
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From a growing band of small producers, Austria provides the world with outstanding dry whites, superb sweet wines and ever more interesting, good quality reds. Yet international recognition and appreciation of the great strides made has been slow in coming. - http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-austria/
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Germany’s often exquisite white wines deserve wider recognition and support. Wines are now riper and cleaner and are increasingly marketed in a direct modern way with a growing number of consistently well made dry or off-dry Rieslings. - http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-germany/
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The fantastic revolution taking place in the quality of Portuguese wines continues. At the cutting edge are some brilliant winemakers making both everyday wines of great value and character and also exciting new wines of unprecedented quality for this ancient wine-producing country. - http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-portugal/
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While for years the quality of Spanish wine in the more established regions and DOs had been acceptable it could also have fairly been said that the real potential in the country remained untapped. http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-spain/
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The south of Italy has experienced a veritable explosion in quality and originality since mid- to late 90s. Once-isolated pockets of quality continue to mushroom and there is now quality as well as quantity from the ever swelling ranks of excellent producers in the Mezzogiorno. - http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-italy/southern-italy-and-islands/
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Just as culturally there is so much to be discovered just beyond the bounds of Tuscany so it is when it comes to viticulturally derived masterpieces. This is not a section of also-rans but includes exciting top-quality producers increasingly bringing the best out of a rich heritage of native varieties. - http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-italy/central-italy/
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There’s little excuse for ignorance of Tuscany’s great wines as the region is awash with fine quality at all levels. But avoid the most strongly branded names and seek out smaller or newer producers. http://www.winebehindthelabel.org/wine-guide-italy/tuscany/
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