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2009 Fratelli Brovia Barbera d'Alba Sori del Drago
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November 2009

(done entirely in stainless steel; bottled in June of 2011):  Good full, deep ruby-red.  Bitter cherry, crushed black fruits, leather and flowers on the perfumed nose; conveys an outstanding impression of noble rusticity.  Juicy, very fresh and pure, with outstanding density to its dark berry and licorice flavors.  Wonderfully sappy, energetic barbera with a rich, long, almost saline finish featuring firm tannins for the variety.  This very strong barbera invites you to eat and drink.  (ST)

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