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2004 Antinori Villa Antinori Toscana Rosso
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Antinori is Italy's single best-known wine producer, and rightfully so, with over 800 years of history making fine wine. Today, the Antinori's own more than ten estates throughout Italy...

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2004 Antinori Villa Antinori Toscana Rosso

Producer: Antinori
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: other red varietal
Origin: Italy
Region: Tuscany

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87 Points | International Wine Cellar , July/August 2007

($23; mainly sangiovese, with small amounts of merlot, cabernet sauvignon and syrah) Medium saturated ruby. Exaggerated nose shows almost liqueur-like raspberry and black cherry aromas, along with cinnamon and musky roasted coffee highlights. More overripe cherry flavor on the palate, complicated by a whiff of smoke and grilled bacon. The rich chocolate and coffee finishing flavors display only medium length. A pleasant wine with features more typical of the 2003 vintage.

87 Points | Wine Spectator

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A 3.5 Star Light Table Wine
01/27/2009
by Thumper 12141604
This 2004 "Super Tuscan" opens with a floral nose leading to a soft palate as described by D'Agata above. It is lighter bodied with less character than most Italian Regional Reds culminating with mildly dusty tannins on the medium length finish. Serve confidently as a sophisticated aperitif and with lighter Italian Cuisine. Recommended within its limitations.

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