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2008 Proprieta Sperino Uvaggio Coste della Sesia
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A Senses Rollercoaster!
by Pizarro14005221
Big floral aromatics when poured, violets. Nose alternates between violets and ferrous clay minerals with significant freshly cut shade-grown Connecticut tobacco. Blood ruby color, light body. Big dose of dried cherry with kiln-dried tarragon and parsley root. Sun dried strawberry finish with watermelon rind, faint hint of pencil shavings. Easy drinker, depth and richness belie it's age appropriate acidity. 90/B
Ebb and flow
by Pizarro14005221
Much less floral and round than last bottle. 87/B-


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