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2010 San Giusto a Rentennano Toscana Percarlo (750ml - Full Bottle)

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Vintage 2010
Varietal Toscana
Bottle Size 750
Style Red
Region Tuscany
Subregion Chianti
Bottle Condition Perfect

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Antonio Galloni - Vinous
San Giusto a Rentennano Percarlo Key Points: 1. 100% Sangiovese from the estate’s best vineyards in Gaiole. 2. A powerful, intense expression of Sangiovese
. 3. Remarkably consistent, even in lesser years
. 4. Aging potential: 20+ years.
 
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Antonio Galloni - Vinous
This complete vertical of San Giusto a Rentennano’s flagship Sangiovese Percarlo left me speechless. Brothers Luca and Francesco Martini di Cigala showed me every vintage of Percarlo, back to the inaugural 1983, a wine that has now run its full course. I was deeply struck by the consistency of the wines from year to year, and even more importantly, by the great showing of a number of wines from long forgotten harvests, proving yet again the importance of choosing producer over vintage.
 
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Antonio Galloni - Vinous
The 2010 'Percarlo' is shaping up to be one of the elite wines of this great Tuscan vintage. Even today, the 2010 is remarkably seamless, balanced and integrated, with fine tannins, beautifully, delineated fruit and exceptional overall balance. Layers of dark fruit, graphite and exotic spices build to a crescendo of aromas and flavors that captivates the senses. Although it is early, it certainly looks like the 2010 'Percarlo' is set to take its place as one of the greatest wines ever made at San Giusto.
 

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