Wine Spectator’s No. 5 Wine of 2021

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One of the top-rated Brunellos from a stellar vintage, this 2016 Sangiovese earned the No. 5 spot in Wine Spectator’s Top 10 of 2021—the most exciting wines reviewed in the past year. In this video, senior editor Bruce Sanderson, who reviewed the wine, talks about how this Tuscan red was made.

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