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This wine has the classic brick-rimmed garnet robe of an aged Nebbiolo and abounds in rich, long-lasting and complex flavours. It is well-structured, elegant and will enhance perfectly a roasts of game ...
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Deep ruby red in color with a bouquet of almonds. On the palate the wine is dense with mature fruit. Dry, full-bodied and velvety smooth with plenty of character. An excellent, aromatic finish. Ideal with ...
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Color: garnet red. A bouquet with traces of licorice and tobacco. Full flavored, full-bodied and elegant. Barolo Marcenasco is smooth, balanced, elegant and faithfully, best to drink between 6 to 12 years ...
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Bolla Creso 2010 750ml
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Color: Intense, dark, deep ruby. Bouquet: Ample, complex, elegant and fruity with notes of toasted wood. Taste: Powerful and persistent with ripe berries, cocoa, plum and offers sweet, silky and velvety ...
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Enjoy it on its own as a refreshing aperitif, with light meals, fruit, or with light desserts. Serve chilled and drink young. The Malvasia grape is grown on the Piemonte hills that surround the town of ...
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Tenuta Frescobaldi di Castiglioni 2013 is an intense purple color, with marked aromas of ripe red fruit which give way to notes of black pepper and chocolate. A rich and satisfying structure, matched by ...
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The Santi Amarone is sourced from estate vineyards spread across multiple terroirs of the Valpolicella region. Only the ripest recie (ears) of the grape clusters are harvested when full ripeness is achieved ...
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This ruby red wine has opulent aromas of berries, including blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries, over more subtle notes of wildflowers and sweet spices. On the palate, the wine is elegant, with well-balanced ...
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The Badiola Toscana IGT Rosso from Fonterutoli boasts a clean ruby ??red with garnet hues shimmering. The nose shows this mostly from Sangiovese grapes produced wine from Tuscany notes of black cherry, ...
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Grapes are harvested by hand during the first couple of weeks in October. The two varieties are then combined, after which they undergo a 12- to 14-day cool fermentation on the skins, to enhance extraction ...
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Mostly Cabernet Franc with small quantities of Petit Verdot, the 2011 Lodovico is a monument to a man. This is the newest edition to Lodovico Antinori’s Biserno portfolio and the results are just ...
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Deep ruby red color. Full, complex, with notes of tobacco, cherry, berries and balsamic aromas. In the mouth it is enveloping, elegant and persistent. In the background, distinct notes of plum, bitter cherry, ...
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The 2009 Barolo Rocche dell’Annunziata Torriglione is a slightly more obvious wine, with bold structure and opulent fruit layering. Sweet fruit flavors of cassis and dried cherry are backed by savory tones ...
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The beautiful Amarone della Valpolicella Classico sees aging in both tonneaux and botte grande for a more traditional and streamlined approach. In fact, the wood element is tightly integrated, with distant ...
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Amarone Proemio shows mature fruit aromas of black cherry and blackberry jam backed by elegant tones of clove, pepper, cola and cedar wood. The wine represents a smooth, clean and traditional style that ...
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