Caparzo 2008 Brunello DI Montalcino, $29.06-$37.99, 93 points, begins with a high clarity ruby red and a clear rim at the leggy glass wall.
Bright toasty red cherry, earth, and flowers were aromatic.
Medium-bodied with bright acidity and layered but comfortable tannin complimented a rich assortment of harmonious flavors, with red cherry, strawberry, hints of bourbon, tobacco, and dried savory herbs which were carried along with a moderately smooth texture.
Finishing fairly long with spice, wrapped-up a very good red wine.
I'm going out on a limb with this Brunello, and having not seen any reviews, I can't help but declare this the best QPR Brunello I've bought and tasted so far.
Having Italian cuisine tonight? Put this red wine on the table and watch your family or guests smile. Chocolate anything for dessert? Delicious!
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