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2007 Marcarini Barbera d'Alba Ciabot Camerano
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March 2010

($18; aged in a combination of 30-hectoliter casks and used barriques Good deep ruby-red. Aromas of black cherry, cassis, bitter chocolate and leather. Dense, lush and sweet, but supported by firm acidity; the chocolatey quality carries through in the mouth. Finishes with a fine dusting of tannins, lovely breadth and subtle hints of leather and herbs. (Empson U.S.A. Alexandria VA)

88 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Good, very drinkable full- bodied red
09/02/2010
by muscat13613665
Not too complex, but not too simple, this is a very good, full bodied red for the money. Not for cellaring long. It's ready now, although should hold up another two years. It has mellow tannins that recede, but do not disappear. The earthy/cherry/chocolate aroma on corking shifts after 1-2 hours as the cherry becomes more forward. Decent finish.

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