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2013 Altesino, Brunello di Montalcino, Montosoli, Tuscany
Press and Tasting Notes
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Balsamic notes of juniper, sage and eucalyptus are buried underneath the cherry and plum fruit in this expressive, supple red, which is dense and well-structured, with terrific balance and a long iron and s ... Read More »
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