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2012 Bruno Giacosa Arneis Roero
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2013

(bottled in March):  Bright, pale yellow.  Aromas of apple and flowers complicated by a musky leesy note (this wine spent just one month on its lees).  Sappy, concentrated apple and honeysuckle flavors show noteworthy extract.  Finishes with a refreshing bitter edge and lovely length and grip.  A very good vintage for this wine.  In comparison, noted Bruna Giacosa, the 2011 was less aromatic.

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