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The nose is clean and elegant yet powerful - minerals, leather and violets. Well ok, it doesn't exactly smell like that, but that's what it reminds me of. It's got great structure and mouthfeel. The tannins are grippy but not at all harsh. Not a fruit driven wine.
"The estate's 2004 Agliancio Bocca di Lupa is a deep, dark beauty. This rich, weighty wine reveals generous dark fruit and sweet toasted oak on a taut, structured frame with outstanding persistence. It remains tight, backward and in need of at least another year of cellaring but it offers notable detail that only needs time to emerge. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2019.
The Wine Advocate
"Medium-dark red with an inky tinge. Fruit-driven aromas of black cherry and black raspberry lifted by flowers and minerals. The black cherry, tobacco and mineral notes carry through on the palate, which features very good volume and a layered impression, but the wine's strong oak component is apparent on the back end, giving this a rather astringent finish. The wine's very firm acidity suggests it should develop nicely in the bottle, but I would plan on giving this a decade of cellaring in the hopes that the fruit will outlast the tannin. If it does, my score will prove to be overly conservative."
International Wine Cellar
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