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The base of this cuvee is sourced from the lower part of the “Brea” vineyard (roughly 60%) with the remaining portion coming from younger vines in “Garblet Sue,” “Villero,” and “Rocche.” Aged in large 70-hectoliter Slavonian oak, this wine is always the most approachable of their bottlings. That said, those of you who enjoyed the open and delicious 2011 and 2012 versions might be surprised by the seriousness of this exceptional vintage. The fruit is silky, pure and compact, with a fresh, high-toned character. Quite structured, this wine shows a bit more tension and architecture than it normally does — it will be interesting to watch this wine develop over the next few years.