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San Michele a Torri Chianti Fiorentini 2009, Sangiovese Wine

San Michele a Torri Chianti Fiorentini 2009, Sangiovese Wine

Origin: Italy - Tuscany
Characteristics: This medium bodied Chianti is made from organically farmed Sangiovese. First is a floral plumy nose with enticing hints of licorice and leather. On the palate you get to enjoy fresh cherries - yum. It is an elegant wine with concentration and length.
-wine tasting note by JN, August 2011

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Price: $128.00/bottle
Bottle size: 750ML
Bottles Per Case: 12
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