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Arnaldo-Caprai Sagrantino di Montefalco Collepiano
Wine Advocate 92 points (Feb 2013)
Caprai’s 2008 Sagrantino Collepiano is a little softer and rounder then the 25 Anni, but I don’t view that as a negative, in fact if anything it makes the wine more approachable young. Varietal dark fruit, leather, tobacco and savory herbs all take shape in the glass, all supported by firm yet nicely balanced tannins. The Collepiano has really come along in the last few years and has established itself as a dual flagship offering in the range. In my view, the qualitative difference between the Collepiano and the 25 Anni isn’t as marked as it once was. These days I often have a slight preference for the Collepiano as it is less extracted and imposing than its far more famous sibling. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2023.
Rich in tannins with an explosion of flavor, this red wine is best understood when enjoyed with a wonderful piece of roasted meat, preferably one with a bit of fat content, game, and aged cheeses. Temperature should not exceed 68°F when served.
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