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2004 Frescobaldi Castello di Pomino Vin Santo di Pomino
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July/August 2010

($45; an atypical blend of chardonnay, trebbiano and sangiovese; 15% alcohol) Light golden amber. Fresh hazelnut, dried apricot and peach on the nose, along with a sweet grapey nuance. Bright and smooth on entry, with flavors of raisin, peach and sweet herbs, then creamy in the middle, with an enticing acid/sugar balance. Finishes very long, with chewy, ripe tannins. Perhaps the best young Vin Santo from Pomino I can recall. (Folio Fine Wine Partners, Napa CA)

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