2010 Selvapiana, Chianti Rufina, Tuscany


Press and Tasting Notes

It is a big, spicy, chewy offering possessing new saddle leather, spice box, strawberry, cherry, and earth characteristics. Dense, medium-bodied, and smoothly textured, with surprising depth as well as concentration.



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