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Brancaia, Tre, Tuscany, Italy 2011

Mainly Sangiovese (80%), with Cabernet and Merlot making up the blend, this is a great red made from grapes harvested in Chianti Classico and Maremma...

Points 95

2004 is an overlooked vintage that offers mature drinking at reasonable prices, concluded our tasters. But don’t leave the wines too much longer – they’re surprisingly evolved. See the top…

Points 90
Leth, Brunnthal 1OTW 2014

An intriguing and nicely reductive nose; this is quite a rich and concentrated wine lifted by the bright acidity...

Points 91
Domaine Bernard Gripa, Le Berceau, St Joseph 2010

There's 'something for everyone' in this hugely positive tasting, with a raft of good-value, approachable food-friendly wines - the best mirroring the purity and elegance of Burgundy. See the top…

Points 90