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Luce della Vite - 'Luce'

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The wine greets the eye with a dark ruby, then unfurls a forceful, complex bouquet of remarkable depth, characterized by rich notes of wild blackberry and blackcurrant. Delicate hints of spicy clove and black pepper enliven the background, and subtle impressions of black licorice and balsam gradually make their presence felt as well, creating an aromatic amalgam of enviable richness. The palate opens generous and full-volumed, with ripe tannins that enfold the mouth in their velvety softness, while the near-endless aromatic progression is enhanced by a hint of smokiness through its entire length.


The wine greets the eye with a dark ruby, then unfurls a forceful, complex bouquet of remarkable depth, characterized by rich notes of wild blackberry and blackcurrant. Delicate hints of spicy clove and black pepper enliven the background, and subtle impressions of black licorice and balsam gradually make their presence felt as well, creating an aromatic amalgam of enviable richness. The palate opens generous and full-volumed, with ripe tannins that enfold the mouth in their velvety softness, while the near-endless aromatic progression is enhanced by a hint of smokiness through its entire length.


Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Appellation: toscana igt
Producer: Luce della Vite

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