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2004 Frescobaldi Castello di Pomino Rosso

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

($28; a blend of pinot noir, sangiovese and merlot) Light to medium ruby. Strawberry, hazelnut and orange zest aromas are lifted by ripe acids that give the nose an impression of energy. An elegantly styled, lighter wine with fruity flavors of strawberry and redcurrant and considerable tannic bite on the back. Finishes fresh and moderately long. Pomino was once among the most famous of all wine-producing areas of Tuscany-long considered the equal of Chianti, if not even better.

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The trademark of wines from Tuscany, and especially those from the region of Chianti, was once the fiasco. This straw-colored flask may carry associations of lengthy rustic meals out on the portico of a villa in the Tuscan countryside, but this romantic reverie must be interrupted with a burst of reality...
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