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Back to that Italian sampling I had a few weeks back with wine writer Jim McCracken. He brought a BUNCH of bottles and I couldn’t get them all written up at once. But we made some interesting discoveries, and here are the rest of them.
Romanelli Montefalco Rosso 2010 – I noted in a previous review that the “rosso” from this DOC is based on Sangiovese, with the native Sagrantino grape playing a bit of second fiddle. It’s important to know the producers, because each one blends the grapes in different proportions, and adds some other varietals, as well. Here, we had a 65% Sangiovese, 15% Sagrantino, and 10% each of Cabernet...
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Limited production, unlimited quality from one of my new discoveries.Click to Read More
Several more great discoveries from the Montefalco samplingClick to Read More
Nemorino is a blend of three reds that adds up to more than the sum of its parts. Sensational.Click to Read More
The Argentinians are going nuts with Malbec, producing bold, juicy wines from a grape that has its home in the south of France.Click to Read More