The Caparzo 2011 Brunello di Montalcino wine is of the Sangiovese variety from Italy, produced within the nan vineyard in the Tuscany province. The cost is $(unsure – varies significantly). This wine has a score of 76/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a densely structured wine, packed with tannins and concentrated black-currant acidity. It is still young and needs time to open, so drink from 2018.
This is a soft wine that is ready to drink. It has a light structure that makes it more accessible. The fruit is a little too young and closed to be drunk right away, so wait until 2018.
This is a soft, round wine that has a light aroma of grape skins and a deep, almost rich mouthfeel. Aged in neutral wood and neutral barrels, it has a crisp, clean texture that’s ready to drink now.
This is a fruity wine, full of red fruit aromas and flavors that are rich and smooth. It is structured, full of red currant and cassis fruits. The acidity is the perfect counterpoint to the ripe fruitiness. The aftertaste adds a crisp crispness to the freshness. Drink now.
Aromas of blackberry, plum and spice are followed by a full-bodied palate. It’s full-bodied with a full body. The finish is long and sweet. Drink now.
This opens with aromas of perfumed berry, crushed violets and baking spice. The firm palate offers dried black cherry, crushed raspberry, clove and a hint of espresso alongside polished tannins. It’s already accessible so enjoy soon.
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