Fine Wine

May 2331, 2022
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LOT 229

Lot 229

BRANCAIA ILATRAIA TOSCANA ROSSO IGT 2014 (2) WA 93 BRANCAIA ILATRAIA TOSCANA ROSSO IGT 2015 (1) WA 95

BRANCAIA ILATRAIA TOSCANA ROSSO IGT 2014 (2) WA 93
BRANCAIA ILATRAIA TOSCANA ROSSO IGT 2015 (1) WA 95
Lot 229 Details
BRANCAIA ILATRAIA TOSCANA ROSSO IGT 2014 (2)

Tuscany.
u. 2 x bn.

WA 93

BRANCAIA ILATRAIA TOSCANA ROSSO IGT 2015 (1)

Tuscany.
u. bn.

The 2015 Ilatraia is a drop-dead gorgeous blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Petit Verdot and 20% Cabernet Franc with all fruit coming from Brancaia's Maremma vineyards along the Tuscan coast. This warm vintage has shaped an exuberant and intense red wine that hits the palate with lavish richness. The complex bouquet is composed of dark fruit elements that are contrasted seamlessly against spice, sweet tobacco and campfire ash. Yet the mouthfeel is never too heavy or overextracted. There's a lot to enjoy here. October 2018 WA 95

3 bts.    per lot $100 - $300

Realised: $276
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

CONDITION DETAILS

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