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2011 Le Ragnaie, Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany
Press and Tasting Notes
From the highest elevation in Montalcino, we love this vintage of Le Ragnaie Brunello for its approachability in its youth without giving up the classic Brunello profile: Stewed cherry, cigar box, young tobacco leaf and zephyrs of cedar caress the palate. With an abundance of plum and dried-fruit, there is a long, velvety texture here that lasts ... Read More »
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