10. Girolamo Dorigo Tazzelenghe Colli Orientali del Friuli Tazzelenghe di Buttrio Ronc di Juri (2007)
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Dynamic in aromas and flavors, this wine shows cassis, baked cherry pie, smoked game, lilac, earth and minerals. The smell alone is worth the price. Then, the palate unfolds with generous quantities of aggressive tannins and striking acidity. It’s a mouthful! You can enjoy this now, but it’s worth aging through 2015. It should evolve to benefit through 2020.