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Castelliere delle Guaite Primo Ripasso

Intense ruby hue. Notes of blackcurrant, cedar, cooked and roasted fruits on the nose. This dry red has good acidity and is equipped with robust tannins. The mouth has a broad texture culminating in a long finish.

 Producer Montresor
 Region Valpolicella
 Country Italy
 Varietals Corvina
 Alcohol 14.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2012

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There is a deep relationship here between the land and the farmer, as between the vine and its trellis. From generation to generation, the Montresors never stopped their dialogue with the territory with only one aim: to develop their heritage of hundred years of experience and at the same time being...

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