The Cerbaia 2011 Brunello di Montalcino wine is of the Sangiovese variety from Italy, produced within the nan vineyard in the Tuscany province. The cost is $60. This wine has a score of 89/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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Aromas of toast, toast and a hint of caramel are followed by a full-bodied, ripe-fruit-driven palate. It’s a ripe, full-bodied wine, with a fresh aftertaste. The acidity and toast on the finish help to balance the richness. Drink now.
This wine is a blend of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. It’s full bodied and juicy, with a good balance of black plum and raspberry fruit and acidity. The tannins are also present, giving a nice texture. The finish is long and clean, and this is a full-bodied wine.
Yes, the heat is still so well integrated with the fruit, the acidity is velvety and the feel is velvety. The aftertaste is more earthy, but the mouthfeel is of tad, with the tannins showing a touch of tannin. It’s a wine that needs to age; drink from 2017.
Based on Grenache, this opens with aromas of dark berry, underbrush, baking spice and anise. The firm, savory palate offers dried black cherry, tobacco, ground clove and a note of grilled sage alongside assertive, polished tannins and fresh acidity. Give this time to integrate. The finish is long and long. Drink 20172026.
This is a sweet, ripe wine that is full of white fruit, ripe yellow fruits and juicy acidity. It is a warm, very full wine with a smooth texture and a warm aftertaste. The aftertaste is a delicious expression of this fruitiness. Drink now.
A presentation of cabbage, pea and rosemary, this is a perfectly balanced wine. The acidity and bright citrus flavor makes it refreshing and refreshing without being fat.
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