Two giant areas of Italian red winemaking step into the ring. In one corner, the Langhe, home of the Nebbiolo and its illustrious offspring, like the Barolo and Barbaresco. In the other, Valpolicella, where the Amarone and its heirs (Ripasso first of all) reign unchallenged on the throne of deep mouthfeels. Who will win? Enjoy this collection to find out.