1997 Allegrini "La Poja" Veronese (1.5L)

SKU #1349264 96 points James Suckling

 Incredible nose of ripe fruits with hints of raisins and treacle tart. Full-bodied with velvety tannins that are polished and beautiful. Tangy with a rich finish. This is always a great bottle. It never seems to change. Drink now.  (4/2015)

96 points Wine Spectator

 Very dark color. Powerful aromas of blackberry, currant and dark chocolate. Spices too. Full-bodied, with big juicy tannins and a long, long finish. This is a blockbuster still. Stylish and supercharged. Give it a little more time.--1997 Italian blind retrospective. Best after 2011. (JS, Web-2007)

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