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2013 Brunello di Montalcino, Uggiano, Tuscany

£28.00 inc. VAT

Warm and ripe on the nose with black fruits, savoury, meaty characters, mocha and spice. The palate has ripe black plum and sweet spice characters with notes of toasty oak. The firm structure is balanced by the richness and intensity of the fruit, and vibrant acidity gives a sustained and balanced finish. Grreat with grilled meats, especially wild boar or pheasant, and with Tuscan Pecorino cheese.

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Great value Brunello from that has the grip, structure a savoury fruit that you associate with this legendary region. After crushing, grapes undergo temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel tanks using selected yeasts. The must is pumped over the skins twice a day to extract colour and tannin. After 18-22 days the wine is racked to large Slavonian oak casks, where it matures for the next 36 months.

Warm and ripe on the nose with black fruits, savoury, meaty characters, mocha and spice. The palate has ripe black plum and sweet spice characters with notes of toasty oak. The firm structure is balanced by the richness and intensity of the fruit, and vibrant acidity gives a sustained and balanced finish.

Grilled meats (great with wild boar or pheasant if you have any handy!) or with Tuscan Pecorino cheese.

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