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Poggio all'Oro Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Riserva 2007 75 cl
Part of the Made in Italy Wines selection
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- Layers of lush violet-scented black cherry, liquorice and bitter-sweet chocolate. This is concentrated, rich and full of minerality.
- This is made from the Sangiovese grape variety in the region of Tuscany. It is full-bodied yet still soft and velvety.
- Perfect with anything from Cassoulet to Braised lamb shank.
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Castello Banfi is a household name as far as Brunello di Montalcino is concerned. Although family owned, it is the largest contiguous estate in Europe, combining a sense of tradition with a modern and commercial perspective and has helped bring Montalcino to the world’s attention in less than 20 years. It has brilliant wines, a well-grounded environmental and social responsibility programme, and to top it all, runs an award winning hotel, Il Borgo, in an 11th Century castello. Castello Banfi have certainly played their part in helping to heighten the quality of Montalcino. Brunello, or 'little dark one' is this part of Tuscany's own name for the Sangiovese grape which in this part of the World produces powerful wines of potentially great quality and long ageing potential.