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2003 Sette Ponti Oreno Rosso Toscana
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12/02/2005
by ratso222
This is different; no merlot this time. It is unfortunately too Oaked for me to give it a 5, but it is very good. I find it MUST be be decanted, and even better if you are "faced". At 76 bucks, it is OK, but you better be a union electrician or plumber to afford it. I have 3 of them, and they will sit at 55 deg for a while. (7/18/06)...I think the latter review is correct. It needs a few years...the wine, not the review.
04/02/2006
by brown11929657
Still very young but decanted it is very drinkable. Give it 5 years and it will be a 5 star wine

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