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Allegrini Palazzo della Torre 2008 ~ Red Wine from Veneto, Italy ~ smooth profile, top 100 Wine Spectator wines 2011 ~ Palazzo della Torre has a particular structure and aromatic qualities, combined with an elegant and harmonious personality. A complex wine with pleasant raisin nuances and a lengthy, lingering finish. This wine has an aging potential of 8-10 years. Pairs well with a wide range of Italian cuisine, such as pasta and risottos made with full flavored, spicy sauces, & roasted…

Palazzo Delle Torre 2009 *85% Corvina, 10% Rhondinella, 5% Sangiovese *good tannins and acid *candied oranges *On Wine Spectator's top 100 for the last 7 years $20-25

Allegrini Palazzo della Torre 2007 (Italy): "Enticing scents... make sure that this will drink well for a number of years. Made from 70% Corvina, 25% Rondinella and 5% Sangiovese, all traditional Veneto grapes. Approximately 30% of the fruit is air-dried, Amarone-style. The fermenting juice from those grapes is added to the rest of the juice to give the wine an extra dimension of richness and body. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2017."

San Gimignano street: The small town of 7,000 keeps these streets car-free, allowing visitors to stroll at a snail’s pace, sampling Italian sweets, cheese, bread and wine-tastings, the gelaterias with the creamiest gelato and pizza places keeping taste buds bursting with deliciously unique combinations. Work it all off with a climb up the hundreds of steps to the top of Torre Grossa on Popolo Square for 360-degree views of the most picturesque Tuscan countryside of anywhere in the region.


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