The Castello di Buttrio 2014 Sauvignon (Friuli Colli Orientali) wine is of the Sauvignon variety from Italy, produced within the nan vineyard in the Northeastern Italy province. The cost is $26. This wine has a score of 97/100 (an outstanding score).
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This is an elegant, balanced wine. The ripe black fruit flavors are cut by the acidity of the vintage, making it a complete wine. It is structured and still needs time to open up, so wait until 2018.
The nice thing about this wine is its balance. It has a crisp, tangy character and a crisp, crisp aftertaste. It is already balanced and ready to drink.
This wine is a blend of 70 Grenache, 15 Mourvdre and 10 Syrah. This is balanced, elegant and complex, with a dry core of tannins that is already integrated with the fruit. It has spice and a juicy aftertaste. The acidity, spice and gentle acidity give the wine a refreshing aftertaste. Drink from 2017.
This is a light and elegant wine with a lively texture. It is all acidity and fresh, fragrant and crisp fruit. The acidity is just the right balance. This is a wine that is ready to drink now.
This is a medium-bodied wine with a firm, sometimes gritty texture. It is rich and fruity, with its black-currant fruits and acidity. The acidity, the fresh aftertaste and the dry aftertaste make this a wine that is ready to drink now.
The character of the vine sits firmly on the hibiscus. The mineral texture combines with the acidity to give a fresh, fruity wine that is firm and ready to drink.
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