In the glass, the wine had a garnet red color. ABV was label listed at 13.5%. Intense nose with bilberry, blackberry and blueberry aromas. On the palate, Brugneto was dry with pleasingly, mellow tannins. A soft wine that was well-structured and elegan...
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Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...
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Last night got a little serious. Started out simply enough with just me and a ... ... of wines into Japan from San Marino showed up. Her office turned out to be right next to the bistro. So after I shared the nebbiolo with her she reciprocated--in spades. Eight of her Sammarinese bottles later, the three of us staggered into an upscale soba sh... Read More
In the glass, the wine had a garnet red color. ABV was label listed at 13.5%. Intense nose with bilberry, blackberry and blueberry aromas. On the palate, Brugneto was dry with pleasingly, mellow tannins. A soft wine that was well-structured and elegant. I tasted some of the fruits from the nose. The wine had some acidity, too. Brugneto was full-... Read More
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