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The name Dogajolo was invented by Carpineto’s founders, derived from the Italian word doga, meaning “stave” — the narrow strips of wood used to form oak casks. A young wine that ...
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Palladio was the name of an architect from Venice who created many innovative designs during the Renaissance. This modern twist on a classic is a blend of 90% Sangiovese and 5% each of Merlot and Syrah ...
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Sotirio is a high-profile wine, made out of Sangiovese grapes, and follows a long tradition of producing this vine in the region of Siena. lt is Podernuovo’s top wine, and reflects the strong ties ...
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Vivid ruby-red color with aromas of red berries, red currants, cherries and notes of eucalyptus. The palate is fresh with soft tannins, medium body, bright acidity and a long finish with slight menthol ...
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Brilliant ruby red color. The wine is flavors of bright red fruit and spice with ample tannin. Balanced and harmonious, with a soft and elegant body.
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95 Point James Suckling - Fabulous aromas of dried rose petal, orange peel, oyster shell and hints of dark fruits. Full body, very fine tannins with a mineral, berry and orange-peel and Tuscan-dust undertone. ...
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The 2013 Redigaffi is one of the more understated versions of Redigaffi I can remember tasting. If opened young, the 2013 needs quite a bit of air, as it appears to still be recovering from its recent bottling. ...
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Pressed violet, underbrush, overripe black-skinned fruit and a hint of scorched earth come together on this. The warm, forward palate has a rather rustic charm, delivering mature plum, crushed black cherry, ...
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Nipozzano Riserva is a lovely ruby-red. The nose opens with dark wild berries and cherry, hints of candy floss and pleasant floral notes of lilac and chocolate. The spicy component emerges with nuances ...
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A Tuscan classic! Deep ruby colour with garnet reflections, its elegant bouquet of leather, black cherries, liquorice and plums preludes a medium to full-bodied palate where ripe red fruit, goût de ...
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Color: Red-mauve. Bouquet: Fresh aromas of spicy cherry and violets. Taste: Soft and medium bodied with a lingering, fruity finish.
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90 Points Wine Spectator -Vibrant and juicy, this red boasts cherry, strawberry, black currant and oak spice flavors. Accents of licorice and tobacco chime in as this glides to a long aftertaste. Drink ...
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A blend of 95% Sangiovese (called Prugnolo Gentile in Montepulciano) and 5% Canaiolo Nero, the grapes for this wine are hand harvested in late September. The must undergoes an initial pre-fermentation maceration ...
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Tasting notes A bright, light ruby color, a touch of violets in the nose, a fresh, crisp, dry taste and a clean finish. Technical notes Primarily Sangiovese, with some red Canaiolo and a bit of white Trebbiano ...
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99 Point Wine Enthusiast - One of Italy’s most iconic bottlings, the 2012 Sassicaia is drop-dead gorgeous. A blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Cabernet Franc, it boasts sensations of blue flowers, ...
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