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Wine Spectator's Top 100 - #04

Campogiovanni
Brunello di Montalcino 2006

96 points / $50
7,000 cases made
Tuscany, Italy

The 50-acre Campogiovanni estate in Montalcino was acquired in the early 1980s by Chianti producer Agricola San Felice. About 30 acres of vines, the oldest of them planted in the mid-1960s, are used for its Brunello. Winemaker Leonardo Bellaccini replanted other parcels in 1982, 1988 and 1997, using both selection and clones. This red, aged three years in large, Slavonian oak barrels and one year in bottle, benefited from the excellent 2006 vintage.

 Winemaker Leonardo Bellaccini
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