Principe Corsini 2004 Marsiliana Tuscany

    The Corsini family has owned the Le Corti Estate since 1427; however, the Marsiliana Estate, which the Corsinis first began managing in 1760, did not come into the family’s portfolio until the 19th century, when they finally purchased it. This vintage of Marsiliana contains a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Petit Verdot, 70 percent of which was aged in new French oak for 15 months. The result is a mouthwatering medley of plum, mocha, and smoke flavors.

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