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2002 Frescobaldi Castello di Pomino Vin Santo di Pomino
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88 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - August 2007

Light amber. Typical Vin Santo nose shows a slightly oxidative quality to the ripe fig, date, peach and white chocolate aromas. Rich and smooth on the palate but with plenty of acidity to keep it graceful and interesting, this has much more of a pleasant raisiny fruit quality than the nose would indicate. Not particularly complex or rich, but nonetheless a good example of a midweight Vin Santo. (Folio Fine Wine Partners, Napa, CA)

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