Leonetti Cellar Sangiovese Walla Walla Valley 2007

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2007 was a special vintage, and the Sangiovese in particular achieved new heights. The wine is dark enough to be mist...

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Eugene, OR (2,500 mi)
USD 69.95
750ml
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643562 Snooth User: lisachin
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Winemaker's Notes:

2007 was a special vintage, and the Sangiovese in particular achieved new heights. The wine is dark enough to be mistaken for a Merlot or Cabernet. The aroma is just magnificent and so true to Sangio—dried fruits, cream frosting, and other pure fruit aromas dominate. There’s a driving note of pure ripe strawberries that reminds me of days spent picking them as a teenager in the Klicker Family’s famous strawberry fields just down the road. On the palate, the wine has unbelievable length, glorious acidity, and very fine-grained tannin. Its levity makes it pair with an incredible variety of dishes from red meat to pasta, to heavy fish.

2007 was a special vintage, and the Sangiovese in particular achieved new heights. The wine is dark enough to be mistaken for a Merlot or Cabernet. The aroma is just magnificent and so true to Sangio—dried fruits, cream frosting, and other pure fruit aromas dominate. There’s a driving note of pure ripe strawberries that reminds me of days spent picking them as a teenager in the Klicker Family’s famous strawberry fields just down the road. On the palate, the wine has unbelievable length, glorious acidity, and very fine-grained tannin. Its levity makes it pair with an incredible variety of dishes from red meat to pasta, to heavy fish.

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