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2003 Jermann Capo Martino Venezia Giulia
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2006

($68; a blend based on tocai and pinot bianco) Big, large scaled white. Fairly exotic, broad aromas of pear, peach, smoky oak and truffle, with hints of honey and toffee and a caramel oak quality that's a bit dominant today. Large-scaled, lush and tactile, with a rich mouth feel leading to a nutty, long finish. Exceptionally well-made wine, with the generous oak component reigned in by ample fruit and sound acidity.

92 Points | Wine Spectator

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