Brigaldara Valpolicella 2010, Doc
Here's a style of Valpolicella that should be a model to follow in the region, but sadly stands apart. This is...
This is a finely made, traditionally rendered Valpolicella with classic sour cherry fruit nicely etched with dried...
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The anti-Parker wine, this is light on its feet, charming and long on the finish. An introvert of a wine but very easy to drink and enjoy.
I absolutely loved this wine.
fresh & light, with pepper on the nose & finish.
Exactly what a valpolicella should be.
Made with grape varietals Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara. Cork was dry. Licorice, black cherry, plum, pepper and hints of smoked meat aromas. Lots of red cherries on the palate. Spicy core with good acidity throughout. Light- to medium-bodied. Dry with well-balanced ripe tannins. Very good wine. Tasted May/2012.
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A perfect patio summer wine. Like Steven Tyler eating a fruit salad. It's really lean, has a big mouth and is full of fresh fruit. You'll be Cryin' unless you pick this up and serve it Friday afterwork with a plate of appys. Live it up while this is going down.
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Prunes, spices, and lead pencil shavings on the nose. Quite fruity and drinkable, although the tannins are still a bit bothersome.