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The 2007 Brunello, whose color is a typical deep ruby red with garnet hues, has an intricate and savory nose, with br...Read more...
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The 2007 Brunello, whose color is a typical deep ruby red with garnet hues, has an intricate and savory nose, with brambly caressing fruit and an earthy depth. The ripeness and opulence typical of the 2007 vintage is expressed fully but backed by a classic structure characterized by taut tannins, good acidity and persistence. The wine is balanced and sleek with a lovely weight on the palate, balsamic notes, peppercorns and a touch of tobacco.
4,813 bottles (401 cases) produced.
Aged 44 months in Slavonian Oak.
|Alcohol: 14.25%||pH: 3.45|
|Total Acidity: .57 grams per liter|
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