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Bright red. Aromas of red cherry, cinnamon and flowers on the balsamic nose. Then sweet and smooth in the mouth, with juicy flavors of ripe red cherry and brown spices. Finishes long and creamy, with ripe tannins and lively acidity.\ Enjoy this wine with Lasagne.

 Producer Collazzi
 Region Toscana
 Country Italy
 Varietals Merlot
 Alcohol 13.0% alc/vol
 Vintage 2011

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Community Reviews

4 out of 5 starsReviewed on August 29, 2015

This wine is a blend of merlot, shiraz and sauvignon that is frankly, much more dry on the palate than I would have expected. The aroma is mild orchard fruit with some berries and a strong woody undertone.

The first sip reveals a wine that is surprisingly light, dry and somewhat bitter with a clean yet peppery finish.

I found this a wine to be easy to drink without accompanyment, but decided to pair it with some marble cheddar and cashew nuts.

At the risk of sounding somewhat of a lush, the entire bottle was gone before Joliet Jake and Elwood paid the taxes. It made for pleasant drinking while watching "The Blues Brothers" on television (the specific movie is, of course, personal preference). Having consumed the entire bottle solo (my wife was occupied with her own Korean language movie); I think "I need to pull over".

Overall I would drink this wine again.

About the Producer



Tavarnuzze, Florence, Italy Tavarnuzze, Florence, Italy

I Collazzi is owned by brothers Carlo and Bona Marchi: almost 400 hectares, located in the municipality of Impruneta, 7 km from the center of Florence. Over the last decade the Marchi brothers have given new impetus to the company, renovating the vineyards and the cellar, with the intention of producing...

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