Monica Larner from Robert Parker's "The Wine Advocate" published her current tasting notes of the South Tyrolean vintages 2017-2020 these days. It shows that the whites and reds are getting better (fresher and more complex) from year to year and that the South Tyrolean winemakers know how to deal with the effects of climate change very well. But read for yourself:
"This is my annual report on exciting new releases from South Tyrol, the northern Italian wine region that approaches iconic status every year, especially in terms of its phenomenal production of white wines. The report contains 234 ratings and half a dozen new producers or wineries that have never been reviewed in this publication before. These new names are really worth paying attention to. The "three Cs" sum up the magic of South Tyrolean wines: They are crystal clear, crisp and complex wines from cool, high altitude vineyards. They are an important part of the great embroidery of vino italiano, but South Tyrol remains an autonomous region, not only from a political point of view, but also in terms of its oenological identity. (...)"
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