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Cristina and her family grow Sangiovese and Montepulciano in the Marches, a spectacularly beautiful spot in Italy right on the Adriatic coast. Brunori wines always represent great bang for the buck. Very rarely can find such pristine fruit and food friendliness in a $16 bottle of wine. This is a Tuesday night stunner!
Casanuova delle Cerbaie’s 2010 has been delicious ever since its first release. However, even though we’re in 2019, this wine is still remarkably young, barely scratching the surface of what it will be. The fruit is dark and powerful with incredible length. It marries aromatic finesse and a supple, silky smooth mouthfeel.
Corzano e Paterno is an absolute oasis in the rolling hills of Chianti, a must visit if you go to Tuscany. The wine there is absolutely killer. The Corzanello 2018 is a young vine blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon. It has just incredible fruit and is vibrant enough to stand up to any outdoor cuisine.
The elevation, mineral soil and big swings in day and night temperatures in Southern Tuscany produce powerful wines yet an uncommon degree of elegance. The Spinas’ IGT Sangiovese is like a fantasy cross of Brunello and Vosne-Romanee; lush and juicy like great Pinot but with the heft and brawn of the best of Brunello.
The 2016 Valpaia Balifico is a 65-35 blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s deep and dark with a complex nose. In the mouth, the wine is big and juicy, with layers of fruit and it finishes quite long. It’s part of the rather new category of Super Tuscans, big Italian wines made with non-indigenous grapes. It’s a stunner!