Lamborghini Campoleone 2006

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Following the malolactic fermentation, completely taking place in new french barrique, the wine was allowed to rest a...

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New York, NY (2,500 mi)
USD 54.99
750ml
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Minneapolis, MN (1,400 mi)
USD 89.99
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The wine is brilliant and can be found for very decent prices. Amazing blend of some of the best grapes in Italy. Sophisticated as the car itself. Read more

88 Points - Robert ParkerA blend of 50% Sangiovese, 30% Ciliegiolo, and 20% Merlot from Italy's Umbria region.This blend of Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo ... Read more

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Snooth User: nikhilbott
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06/29/2013

The wine is brilliant and can be found for very decent prices. Amazing blend of some of the best grapes in Italy. Sophisticated as the car itself.


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Source: CityWineCellar.com
04/12/2011

88 Points - Robert ParkerA blend of 50% Sangiovese, 30% Ciliegiolo, and 20% Merlot from Italy's Umbria region.This blend of Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo and Merlot is a seductive unfiltered red, soft wi


Winemaker's Notes:

Following the malolactic fermentation, completely taking place in new french barrique, the wine was allowed to rest another twelve months in the same barrique, keeping the two varieties completely separate. Following this period of aging in barrique, the cuvee was assembled, the wine bottled and allowed to rest another six months in the cellar.

Following the malolactic fermentation, completely taking place in new french barrique, the wine was allowed to rest another twelve months in the same barrique, keeping the two varieties completely separate. Following this period of aging in barrique, the cuvee was assembled, the wine bottled and allowed to rest another six months in the cellar.

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