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Wine review: 2010 Arnaldo-Caprai Montefalco Rosso

@sirenevirbila reviews the 2010 Arnaldo-Caprai Montefalco Rosso, 'a full-bodied, tightly woven red'

I've always loved this Sangiovese with a touch of Sagrantino and Merlot in the blend. It's from the Umbrian hilltop town of Montefalco and the winery Arnaldo-Caprai has always made one of the best. The 2010 vintage is no exception, bringing a full-bodied, tightly woven red with notes of cherries and cassis, a fine perfume and gentle tannins.

Pull the cork on this one for a roast duck or goose, or a crown roast of pork or beef.

Region: Umbria, Italy

Price: $15 to $25

Style: Full-bodied and tightly woven

What it goes with: Roast duck or goose, crown roast of pork or beef.

Where to find it: Du Vin Wine & Spirits in West Hollywood, (310)855-1161, www.du-vin.com; Fine Wine House in Pasadena, (877) 981-6555, www.finewinehouse.com; K&L Wine Merchants in Hollywood, (323) 464-9463, www.klwines.com; Renegade Wines in Santa Barbara, (805) 568-1961, http://www.renegadewines.com; and Vendome Liquors in Beverly Hills, (310) 276-9463, beverlyhillsvendome.com.

irene.virbila@latimes.com

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