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1998 Gran Bussia
"Barolo Reserve Granbussia is produced by blending grapes from the oldest vines, from the Romirasco, Cicala, and Colonnello, before fermentation starts, in the following percentages respectively: 70% - 15% - 15%. Naturally these optimal values may vary depending on the year.
The Granbussia remains in the cellar for at least 8 years before commercialization. It is produced exclusively in the best years and in limited quantities." - Poderi Aldo Conterno official
2015 'Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore'
'Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore' -- A blend of two vineyards. One consists of 7 year-old vines and the other, 35 year-old vines. All stainless steel fermented and an additional 3 months on the lees before bottling.
2002 Bricco Visette
"Barolo has ancient origins. Documents testify to the growing of Nebbiolo in the Visette area as long ago as the XII century, when the Saracen invasions advanced inland into Piedmont from the Ligurian coast. These influences led to the old centre of the village of Monforte being named "Saracca." The name Visette itself comes from the local dialect word for the vine, "vis." Made from Nebbiolo grapes grown in the Visette (Bussia) area of Monforte d’Alba." - Ghisolfi
"A great year for a great wine with a fine structure, heavy and enveloping with tannins of exemplary cleanliness, closing with a long, pleasing finish. Casalferro is a wine with a modern approach evidencing the Ricasoli Barons' role as innovators in wine growing. The wine exalts the features of the Sangiovese in combination with Merlot and its long lineage." - Barone Ricasoli official
2013 Murgia Rosso
100% Uva di Troia. Puglia.
1997 di Montalcino
Like Siro Paecnti, Brunelli's vineyard sites allow him to blend north and south to achieve great balance, no matter what the vintage brings.
2006 di Montalcino Riserva
94pts WA - The Gianni Brunelli estate may be the best little winery in Montalcino you’ve never heard of! Traditionally these wines are snapped up by NYC restaurants before they make retail shelves, so while the profile has been lower than other estates, the quality is extraordinarily high. With two small vineyards Podernovone and Le Chiuse near the township of Montalcino, this tiny estate encompasses just 6 hectares. The soil of Podernovone, made up of calcareous-marly schists, reflects light and heat to the grapes. The different climate of the two properties (fresh and airy at Le Chiuse di Sotto with a lot of rain in the summer and warmer and ventilated at Podernovone) results in complex and elegant wines. These are wines of traditional elegance that are aged exclusively in large Slavonian oak. Indigenous yeast is used to bring floral, ethereal notes to these wines.
From the appellation of Taurasi in Campania comes this 100% Aglianico from 20-50 year old vines planted on volcanic clay soil. From the producer: "Intense ruby red colored wine, dense and opaque. The nose is rich and lingering with hints of ripe fruits, balsamic notes and read and spicy. The taste is warm, with austere tannins and with some persistence." 8,000 bottles produced.
1971 Chianti Classico Riserva
"Castell'in Villa is one of the most rigorously traditional Chianti Classicos from one of the most historic estates in Chianti Classico. The 1971 Chianti Classico Riserva is very pretty. Sweet dried cherries, earthiness, flowers, mint and tobacco are some of the nuances that are woven together in this lovely, delicate Chianti Classico. The 1971 is fully mature in its aromas and flavors, but there is enough Sangiovese acidity to allow it to drink well for at least another handful of years. Hints of autumn leaves and crushed flowers linger on the Pinot-like finish. This is a great showing from the first Riserva ever made at Castell-in Villa. It is a gorgeous wine. The 1971 is the only wine made from the original vineyard. As was the custom at the time, the wine was bottled in more than one lot. The 1971 also includes white grapes, which would be eliminated by 1977. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2021." - 93pts Galloni for WA
2013 Bolgheri Rosso DOC
The Ceraltis have been farmers for several generations in Bolgheri, and after many years of selling grapes to Ornellaia and Sassacaia, 10 years ago, they built their own winery and are now bottling their
entire estates' grape production This is their entry level Bolgheri DOC wine which means the grapes come from the best region of Bolgheri. A big, fruity red, almost New World in style except for the vibrant acidity and firm backbone of tannins. The bright fruit evokes black cherry and black currant flavors, while cedar and leather notes add depth. A complete package.
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