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Santa Cristina Campogrande Orvieto Classico DOC 750ML Bottle
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Item #: 992736618 -

Tasting Notes:Straw yellow in color, the wine shows delicate aromas of fruit and flowers along with notes of tropical fruit and orange blossoms. Fresh and supple on the palate, the wine is savory on the finish with a white fruit aftertaste. Alcohol: 12%

Antinori Peppoli Chianti Classico 750ML Bottle
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Item #: 99983204 -

Vintage: • The 2018 season began with normal winter weather, both in temperatures and rainfall, causing bud break to occur in line with seasonal averages for the region. • Springtime, May in particular, saw frequent rainfall and temperatures slightly lower than average. • Summer months were hot, dry and without any significant heat spikes: these climatic conditions gave the grapes an excellent head start in the ripening phase. Some rain showers in August followed by a dry breezy September...

Antinori Santa Cristina Pinot Grigio delle Venezie 2021 750ML Bottle
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Item #: 9916926021 -

Notes:The wine, straw yellow in color, shows delicate and fruity aromas which recall, in particular, yellow apples and citrus peels. It is a balanced wine character by its softness and ease of drinking.

Antinori Villa Antinori Toscana Rosso 2018 750ML Bottle
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Item #: 9951047419 -

HISTORY NOTES: With the 2001 vintage, Villa Antinori became an IGT Toscana wine, allowing Antinori to have complete control of the winemaking process. The design of the label has remained unaltered since 1928 with only the very slightest modifications in 1990 and in 2001. WINEMAKING NOTES: The 2019 season began with dry weather during the first part of spring then cooler temperatures and rainfall that affected the vegetative cycle, slowing down initial vine growth and causing asubsequent delay...