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Wine Bear

Wine Bear

Sesti, Montalcino, Brunello Riserva Phenomena 2004

Essential statistics

Country Italy
Region Tuscany
Vineyard Sesti
Volume 0.75l
ABV 13
Vintage 2004
Grapes Sangiovese
Type Table Wine
Style Full Body, Dry, Elegant, Robust, Rich
Critic score
Window Ready, but will keep
Delivery Estimate Standard


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Single bottle

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£76.21

Half case

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£398.58 (eqv. £66.43 per bottle )

Case

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£749.52 (eqv. £62.46 per bottle )

Single bottle

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£61.59

Half case

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£320.70 (eqv. £53.45 per bottle )

Case

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£601.68 (eqv. £50.14 per bottle )

Food match: Coming Soon

Recipe:

Tuscany Tuscany was revolutionised by a lowly table wine by the name of Sassicaia when in 1940 the decision was made to plant cabernet vines with one eye cast towards the illustrious Bordeaux. Renowned winemaker Antinori made the first public bottling of the now great Sassicaia in 1968, becoming world famous a few years later. Since the area as seen a uprising of cabernet vines and subsequent sibling merlot being planted.The region now has classified areas such as Bolgheri which must be a blend of Merlot, Cabernet and Sangiovese. As these wines have developed throughout the 20th century, flavours such as blackberries, vanilla, truffles became classic and the wines have become some of the world’s most sort after. These reds make the perfect match to the best cuisine, especially strong flavours of red meats and game.

Sesti