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(2022) Yalumba don't make many mistakes, and this inexpensive Provence-style pink made from Sangiovese proves that point. Quite delicate but pretty and pert red fruit with a sherbetty lift. The palate balances sweet fruit ripeness and a fresh, rippling acidity, leading to a balanced, dry finish. Very sippable.
(2010) A bold, light- to medium colour, with a nose of subtle, creamy, soft red berries. On the palate this has a pleasingly tart juiciness, with a ruby grapefruit edge to those softer, more earthy fruit flavours. I like the little twist of dried herbs too, which is typically Sangiovese, and the cherryish bite to the acidity. A really nicely-pitched, savoury style.
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