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2012 Scopetone, Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany
Press and Tasting Notes
95 / 100
Intoxicating aromas of a distant wood burning fire. Dried raspberry on the nose. Worn leather and roasted coffee on the finish. Refreshing notes of eucalyptus, menthol and cedar integrate ... Read More »
A Merchant's Pick
Perched on a Montalcino hilltop 500 meters above sea level, you'll find Scopetone's vineyards, home to the first plantings of famed Biondi Santi. We first featured this wine twelve years ago; in that 2000 vintage, we were captivated by the distinct ... Read More »
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