Antinori Campogrande Orvieto Classico Secco Italy 2009

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This wine was named Cipresseto in 1998, a name that underlines its Tuscan character. It was one of the first rosés pr...

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Winemaker's Notes:

This wine was named Cipresseto in 1998, a name that underlines its Tuscan character. It was one of the first rosés produced in Italy and is produced according to the philosophy of quality at every level. This wine represents a concrete example of the ability to produce the best quality possible for the price. It is a rosy color, with shades of cherry. It is characterised by refined, elegant aromas, with hints of blackcurrant and cherry, following through to a soft, sapid palate, with good acidity and a fruity aftertaste, easy-to-drink.

This wine was named Cipresseto in 1998, a name that underlines its Tuscan character. It was one of the first rosés produced in Italy and is produced according to the philosophy of quality at every level. This wine represents a concrete example of the ability to produce the best quality possible for the price. It is a rosy color, with shades of cherry. It is characterised by refined, elegant aromas, with hints of blackcurrant and cherry, following through to a soft, sapid palate, with good acidity and a fruity aftertaste, easy-to-drink.

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