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2005 Dal Forno Vigneto Monte Lodoletta Valpolicella Superiore
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2012

Dark ruby. Deep aromas of smoky redcurrant, cooked plum, underbrush, herbs and cocoa. Enters the mouth creamy and nicely concentrated, with black pepper, spice and herb notes adding lift to the red fruit and chocolate flavors. A little chunky and less complex than usual for Dal Forno owing to the poor vintage but still shows good persistence.

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