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Color: Lovely ruby red, even and uniform even at rim. Aroma: A generous, multi-layered aromatic spectrum, veined ...Read more...
Food Pairings for Frescobaldi Castelgiocondo Brunello di Montalcino
Color: Lovely ruby red, even and uniform even at rim. Aroma: A generous, multi-layered aromatic spectrum, veined with crisp nuances of menthol, followed by clean-edged fragrances of dark red berries, in particular blackberry and blueberry. Last to emerge are notes of rich spice, where elegant hints of black pepper and cinnamon predominate, capped by pungent tobacco leaf. Taste: It shows exquisite balance on the palate: a subtle weave of dense tannins integrates nicely with a full-bodied, beautiful structure, and a thread of crisp acidity acts as an elegant foil to its heady, opulent alcohol. It unfurls an almost endless finish that is complex and appealing.
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