Boscarelli Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2011, Tuscany

Country: Italy

Colour / Style: Red

Featured in: Episode 1

As chosen by: Matthew Rhys

The Boscarellis used to buy Dora Forsoni’s grapes. But they make a cherry and currant-scented wine. It has more of the leather and herb richness of Vino Nobile. It’s still a big wine, but even now great with richer meats. Expect this to last for another decade in the cellar.

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