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ANTINORI 12 PIAN VIGNE ROSSO
ANTINORI 2012 PIAN DELLE VIGNE ROSSO DI MONTALCINO
Item: #301560
Bottle Size:750ml
$29.95
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A clear and brilliant ruby red in color, the wine shows aromas of ripe red fruit, floral as well, along with spicy and balsamic notes which add freshness and complexity to the wine. Read More...
The palate is pleasurable, ample and creamy in the initial phase, not excessively muscular or concentrated; the ripe tannins are supple and lively. The length and persistence are underlined by a freshness and savor which, in their turn, add further drinking pleasure.
GIANNI BRUNELLI 13 ROSSO
$26.98
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SOLDERA 07 CASE BASSE
SOLDERA 2007 CASE BASSE DI GIANFRANCO
Item: #303992
Bottle Size:750ml
$650.00
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ANTONIO GALLONI 97 POINTS - "A big, textured wine, the 2007 Toscana Sangiovese bursts on the palate with layers of deep, expressive fruit. Beautifully Read More...
resonant and explosive to the core, the 2007 boasts stunning purity and fabulous overall balance. Firm tannins support a bright finish laced with red berries, sweet tobacco and underbrush. The 2007 spent longer in oak than the 2008, so it is closer in style to Soldera's previous wines. Today, the 2007 is a real thrill. Sadly, there are fewer than 2,000 bottles to go around."
UCCELLIERA 13 ROSSO MONTALCIN
UCCELLIERA 2013 ROSSO DI MONTALCINO
Item: #302487
Bottle Size:750ml
$26.98
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The 2013 Rosso di Montalcino opens to easy fruit intensity and sharp mineral tones of brimstone and pencil shaving that you note immediately. Those dusty tones slowly turn to bright cherry, Read More...
licorice and cola. Rosso di Montalcino is one of Italy's most food-friendly wines (think pasta, grilled sausage and lasagna) and this wine is a good example of why. Fresh acidity and easy tannins offer a smooth and informal drinking experience.

Rosso’s from Montalcino are, in essence, “baby” Brunello. If you’ve always been enamored with wine from Montalcino, Uccelliera has to be one of the benchmarks. The wine is 100% Sangiovese, but we’re talking about a different clone than what is used in Chianti. Here we get a wine that has more of everything and by that I mean breadth and amplification when compared to Chianti Classico (which is why Chianti producers make a Riserva). With Uccelliera’s it’s an unadulterated love affair. It’s fresh, rich, and powerful, but being a Rosso di Montalcino, just plain easy to drink!

VINOUS MEDIA 91 POINTS - "The 2013 Rosso di Montalcino captures the essence of this site rich in clay and limestone, where the wines are ample and broad in style. Dark cherry, plum, smoke, lavender and spice notes blossom in a resonant Rosso loaded with personality. Readers who want to explore the Uccelliera wines should start here; this is a fabulous showing from Andrea Cortonesi."
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