Palazzone vineyards

Article by Gina Tringali
Photos by Susan Wright

A 13th century inn for pilgrims that’s now awash with modern chic and bottles aged in an Etruscan grotto among the chestnut and oak trees make for a unique and prize-winning experience in Umbria’s Orvieto region.

Wine is the fruit of a territory, of a grape and of the person who made it.  Its character should show emotion. So says Giovanni Dubini, co-owner of Palazzone vineyards in Orvieto, Italy. One sip of his…

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