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Brunello and Rosso CLOSEOUTS

At WPW we always search for the best deals to bring to our customers. From everyday drinking wines to the highly collectables. Today’s offering is a little bit of both from the most coveted place in Tuscany; Monatlcino.

First we have a wonderful Rosso, which in the 2014 vintage the winemaker declassified most of the Brunello to make this wine, from Podere Brizio. Check this price online and we beat it, by the case, by over $5btl.

Next we have the big boy; Brunello. From Scopetone, this wine has the pedigree without the price. World famous winemaker Attilio Pagli, from Valdicava, consults on this wine and the results are amazing. Again, check this price and we are almost $15btl lower than the best deal online.

The wines are in stock but are very limited, so RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL to secure yours today.

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2014 Podere Brizio * Rosso di Montalcino
89pts JS
Reg. price- $17.99btl
EMAIL CASE DEAL- $180.00cs (that’s $15btl- INSANE)

The 2014 Rosso di Montalcino is a terrific, albeit informal, expression of Sangiovese that offers elegance and an immediately attractive quality of fruit. You get upfront aromas of raspberry, cassis and candied cherry. This is the kind of excellent value wine that will pair with pizza or pasta like a charm. The fruit is pure, zesty and fresh. Drink this wine within the next 2 or 3 years.

 

2011 Podere Scopetone * Brunello di Montalcino
92pts RP
$49.99btl or
EMAIL CASE DEAL- $480.00cs (that’s $40btl- REALLY INSANE)

Under the direction of oenologist Attilio Pagli, winemaker at Valdicava, the 2011 Scopetone Brunello reveals a brilliant ruby color that locks the ambient light within its luminous appearance. The bouquet is redolent of slightly sweet aromas of ripe blackberry and cherry confit. Those characteristics remind you of the warm growing conditions of the vintage. The mouthfeel is soft and velvety with pretty spots of ripe fruit tucked in at the back. The wine finds balance thanks to slightly aged aromas of licorice and spice. Only 4,500 bottles were produced.