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This blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is one of the new hot wines of Tuscany. Dark, with fantastic aromas of currant, blackberry, spice and lightly toasted oak. Full-bodied, with very well-integrated tannins and a texture as fine as the —James Suckling
A beautiful Champagne. Complex and elegant, evoking ginger, jasmine, citrus and honey aromas and flavors, accented by a biscuit and grain component coming as much from barrel fermentation as yeast aging. Very firmly structured and long. Enjoy with Asian f —Bruce Sanderson
A glorious expression of Champagne, combining depth over vintages and complexity of sites to create a profound, multifaceted cuvée. Rich biscuit, ginger, coconut and citrus aromas are followed by gingerbread, baked apple and grilled nut flavors, all supp —Bruce Sanderson
From an excellent vintage comes this gorgeous Champagne. A cornucopia of toast, coffee and citrus aromas and flavors, all matched to a light body and supple texture. There's an underlying mineral note that adds dimension, and it just keeps coming at you o —Bruce Sanderson
This old Champagne is still a powerhouse. Full-bodied, rich and mature, evoking smoke, coffee, biscuit and a nutty, oxidative note, yet still very firm and vigorous, with intensity and concentration. Terrific finish. It needs food such as rich fish dishes —Bruce Sanderson
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