Allegrini Valpolicella 2016


This Valpolicella from Allegrini is bottled under screwcap and opens to restrained aromatics of red fruits and sour cherry.  The palate is medium bodied and fruity with quite firm acidity and a short length finish.  Overall, this is a wine to be consumed in its youth and is pleasant enough.  Quite prominent acidity sees some loss of balance.  Rating: Acceptable. Abv: 13%. Price: $30.

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