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2004 Antinori Tignanello 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 Tignanello Toscana Rosso

Producer: Antinori
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Cabernet Sauvignon
Origin: Italy
Region: Tuscany

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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July/August 2007

($79; a blend of sangiovese, cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc) Medium dark ruby. Captivating nose redolent of pretty red and black fruits, black pepper and graphite, with complicating suggestions of tobacco and prune. Very fresh and buoyant on entry, with pure flavors of ripe fruit and black pepper, then long and extremely fresh on the back end. Here one can find evidence of all three varieties. Silky tannins, noteworthy definition and impeccable balance make this one of the best young Tignanellos in recent memory.

95 Points | Wine Spectator
93 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon built its reputation on Bordeaux's Left Bank. Here, in the district of Medoc, the varietal is the key component of blended wines that also may include some Merlot and Cabernet Franc, and even Malbec and Petit Verdot. Moving slightly south, Cabernet Sauvignon meets Merlot in roughly equal proportions in the red wines of Graves. In both of these Bordeaux regions, the top bottles...
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