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Attilio Contini Nieddera Igt 2015 750ml
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Attilio Contini Nieddera Igt Italian Red Blend 2015

Sardinia - Italy

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Rated 91 by Decanter
Dark bright ruby. Perfumed nose of violets, blueberry, blackberry and botanical herbs. Bright and juicy, with youthfully chewy tannins and lively acidity extending the bright floral berry flavors on the fresh, long finish. Maceration lasts only four-five days and the wine ferments at a maximum temperature of 24-25°C (75.2-77°F). About 10% is aged in new oak, which is specifically used to add a little polish and sweetness, for the Nieddera grape can make very tannic, sturdy red wines. (Vinous)
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Country: Italy

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