Good deep red. Deep but bright aromas of cherry syrup, spices and dried rose; hint of surmaturite Very tightly wound and less obviously sweet today than the Bric del Fiasc; rather dominated by its firm acids and tannins. But sharply delineated, spicy and very long on the firmly tannic finish. This and the Rocche will not approach their peaks for a good seven or eight years.Author: Stephen Tanzer
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