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$45.00Original List Price

28.49Best Price On The Web
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Cinderella Wine says: Product Details:
Please note, orders are processed on a first come basis. If you leave the wine in your cart for even a few minutes it might have already sold out as our stock quantity is removed when you submit the order in final, not when you add it to your cart!

You will get two emails from us with regards to your order. The first email from us only confirms that we received your order. The second email will confirm that we have enough wine to fill your order. Due to the high volume of sales there are times when the wine has sold out, but our system is still updating and shows it as available. We're sorry for any inconvenience and will do what we can to fill your order!

Thanks to your feedback we might bring back some of Cinderella Wine's popular previous offers. If a wine makes another appearance here, this newer offer will always be slightly higher than the original one. Offers that are on the site on Friday through Sunday will be shipped on Monday.

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Rating: 91 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Tuscany Country:Italy
Varietals: Sangiovese ABV:14%

More Ratings:

91 Pts Wine Spectator

"A round, fruity version, boasting cherry, strawberry, eucalyptus and spice flavors on a silky frame. This is harmonious and vibrant, with a long aftertaste of tobacco and black tea. Drink now through 2023. 1,000 cases imported. -BS" (12/13)

91 Pts Wine Enthusiast

"This unique Brunello shows aromas of ginger snap, cinnamon, cherry cola and wild forest berry. The aromas are delivered in a delicate manner, with tiny footprints, that add to the overall complexity and elegance of the experience. Violets, wet earth and button mushroom appear on the close. -M.L." (05/13)

90 Pts James Suckling - Jamessuckling.com

"Fresh vibrant fruity nose with strawberries and cherries. Delicate floral nose and crushed chalky notes. Same beautiful intense fruit on the palate with nice purity and focus. Tannins turn slightly bitter in the finish. Elegant Brunello. Drink now." (02/13)


"Just mid ruby with orange tinges. Brooding and somewhat stalky nose. Elegant palate weight and sweet, succulent fruit. Lots of grainy tannin. Wait. Drink 2015 to 2020. (WS)" (01/13) 16 out of 20 points, Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages

"Brunello di Montalcino, youngest of Italy's prestigious red wines, having been invented as a wine in its own right by Ferruccio Biondi-Santi, the first to bottle it and give it a distinctive name, in 1888. Conventional descriptions of the birth of the wine stress Biondi-Santi's successful isolation of a superior clone of sangiovese, the Sangiovese Grosso or brunello, but enthusiastic descriptions of the wines of Montalcino by Cosimo Ridolfi (1831), and the fact that a wine of Clemente Santi, described as a 'select red wine (brunello)', had been a prize-winning entry in the agricultural fair of Montepulciano in 1865, indicate that genetically superior material was available in the zone at an earlier date. (And some records show the wines of Montalcino referred to as Brunello as early as the 14th century; see Toscana, history.)" -Jancis Robinson, Oxford Companion to Wine