1988 Brunello Riserva Is It Worth The Extra Money? By James Suckling By now, anyone seriously interested in the best red wines of Italy should have considered 1988 Brunello di Montalcino. The bold reds currently on the market represent the greatest range of young wines ever available from this part of Tuscany.
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