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Broglia Gavi "La Meirana" 2016 (Piedmont, Italy)
Broglia Gavi "La Meirana" 2016 (Piedmont, Italy)
Retail Price: $30.00
Artisan Wine Depot Price: $18.97
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CASE PRICE = $17.99 per bottle (add 12+ quantity to your basket)

90 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine (2015 Vintage):
"Round and fruity, this is lush and juicy overall, showing fresh peach, apple, almond and chamomile flavors. A hint of grapefruit bitterness lifts the finish. Drink now. 6,666 cases made." – BS (Oct 31, 2016)
Brigaldara Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2010 (Veneto, Italy) - [RP 93] [WS 90]
Brigaldara Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2010 (Veneto, Italy) - [RP 93] [WS 90]
Retail Price: $65.00
Artisan Wine Depot Price: $53.97
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6-PACK PRICE = $51.97 per bottle (add 6+ quantity to your basket)
CASE PRICE = $49.99 per bottle (add 12+ quantity to your basket)

93 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"The 2010 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico is a thick and delicious interpretation that delivers loads of personality and determination. The bouquet is redolent of dried fruit, prune, cassis, spice, leather, licorice and Teriyaki sauce. The intensity is absolutely irresistible with power and muscle delivered in a silken glove. Round tannins and plush fruit richness gives the wine loads of energy to fuel its long finish." - Monica Larner (Feb 2015)

Broglia Gavi di Gavi DOCG "Bruno Broglia" 2011 (Piedmont, Italy) - [RP 90]
Broglia "Bruno Broglia" Gavi di Gavi DOCG 2011 (Piedmont, Italy) - [RP 90]
Retail Price: $40.00
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90 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"Smoke, slate, juicy peaches are some of the notes that take shape as the 2011 Gavi di Gavi Bruno Broglia opens up in the glass. This is a rare, pedigreed Gavi that stands apart for its sheer character, something that is exceedingly rare for Gavi. Layers of fruit build to the textured, inviting finish. Although I normally don't suggest aging Gavi, I also would not at all be surprised if the 2011 Bruno Broglia develops nicely with further time in bottle." - Antonio Galloni (Oct 2012)