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The 2009 Castel del Monte Il Falcone Riserva does a great job of highlighting the Nero di Troia element of this blend. The wine is composed of 70% Nero di Troia and 30% Montepulciano, but with this balanced ...
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The color of Amarone Campo dei Gigli Tenuta Sant Antonio is a very intense red, at the nose notes of wild red fruits are evident and hints of cocoa, licorice and black pepper in the background give a very ...
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This concentrated wine offers aromas of tobacco leaf, stewed plum, grilled porcini mushroom and sage. The lush palate delivers blackberry extract layered with notes of chocolate and vanilla alongside velvety, ...
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Ruby red, tending to garnet red with aging. A broad, ethereal and compound smell with hints of violet and a pleasant hint of wild berries and vanilla. Dry, warm and velvety, denoting a richtexture and fine ...
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Ruby red in color, with aromas of iris, violets, cherries, tobacco and black pepper. The taste is dry with well-balanced acidity and tannins. In the mouth it is fresh and fruity, quite warm and persistent. ...
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A tarry red, with firm tannins backing tobacco-tinged flavors of dried black currant, cocoa powder, cherry preserves, ground spice and nut. This shows good intensity and focus, ending with a well-knit, ...
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While Chianti may be the single best-known Italian wine in the world, its taste and quality can vary dramatically among producers. For wine lovers, Bell’agio Chianti D.O.C.G. represents a treasure ...
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The most cultivated and known vine species in Piedmont. Almost certainly originating from the Monferrat hills, but very widespread throughout the Alba area during the last century. The vine is vigorous, ...
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The 1980 Brunello di Montalcino was the first wine in Italy to obtain the D.O.C.G. appellation (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita - controlled and guaranteed from the origin). The D.O.C.G. ...
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Ruby red with garnet reflections, hints of maraschino cherries, violets and red frits. Great fineness in the mouth with a tannin still young yet great quality. Long elegant and persistent. Serve at a temperature ...
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A rich pomegranate in color, Turlo shows complex, intense ripe fruit aromas. This full-bodied wine is the Umbrian answer to the Super Tuscan.
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It’s medium-bodied, with a nose of smoky cherry and a palate of red berry fruits with hints of dried herbs and spice. It’s firmly-structured, yet soft enough to be enjoyable sans food. You’ll want to save ...
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The wine shows ripe, crushed red cherry aromas and flavors with an earthy note. Tangy acidity and fine tannins balance the juicy fruit character.
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Caparzo produced its first vintage of Brunello di Montalcino in 1970, when the situation in Montalcino was very different than it is now. At the time there were only 13 wineries in Montalcino, and this ...
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Bright ruby color, with purple hues, the aromas project ripe red berry, including strawberry and raspberry jam. In the mouth, coffee, spices and herbs, including an aroma of violets, plummy fruit flavours ...
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