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2010 Castello di Ama, San Lorenzo Gran Selezione, Chianti Classico
Press and Tasting Notes
[#6 Wine Spectator 2014 Top 100 --- 95 pts Wine Spectator] "Offers a combination of power and elegance, with a racy feel. Wild cherry, strawberry, rose and leafy, woodsy flavors permeate this driving red. The finish is long, but this needs time to shed the tannins. Well-defined from start to finish. Sangiovese, Malvasia Nera and Merlot. "
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