The current releases of wines from Tuscany span several vintages and offer a broad range of styles. The 2011s are generous, fleshy and full of ripe fruit, while the top reds from the 2010 harvest show density, firm tannins and power. Taken alongside the elegant, vibrant 2009s, these versions provide plenty of choice for fans of Tuscan wines, and are available at myriad price points. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson explains.
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