There’s a new wine that you’ve got to try. It’s old-vine juice—high-quality stuff—fermented with the resin of wild-grown coastal pine trees. The winemakers are obsessive about the resin—they use only sap from Aleppo pines—the kind you see in ads for beaches in the Mediterranean, where the wind is blowing softly…
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This story appears in the print issue of August 2017.
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