Castello di Bossi Girolamo 2011

Merlot

—VINTAGES#: 63586
Castello di Bossi Girolamo 2011
This is a first rate Merlot from Tuscany. The 2011 Girolamo is soft, yielding, pleasurable and extremely plump. The texture is outstanding as the wine glides clear over the palate like a silk sheet. It is persuasive, enduring and long lasting. Aromas of dark cherry, cinnamon spice and chocolate stands to attention and the wine continues to evolve and gain momentum as it warms in the glass. This is a truly beautiful effort that offers immense drinking joy. It should also hold well over the coming decade. But you might not be able to wait that long. Drink: 2015-2026. Score - 94. (Monica Larner, robertparker.com, Oct. 2015)
$70.00

Product Details

Release Date:
August 4, 2016
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
14.0%
Made in:
Tuscany, Italy
By:
C. Berardenga
Sugar Content:
4 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
XD - Extra Dry
Varietal:
Merlot

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