Il Poggione 1998 Brunello di Montalcino

Well oaked and woodsy, with some earthy nuances as well as scents of campfire and rubber. This is a youngster with aggressive tannins and sharp edges. With a bit of time it'll soften, leaving a top-flight wine with cherry, citrus rind and a hint of sweet oak. Michael Schachner

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