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Bolla Tufaie 2013 Soave Superiore Classico DOCG

A good value deal engineered for near-term consumption, the 2013 Soave Superiore Classico Tufaie emits easy pulses of citrus, peach and crushed mineral. The finish is clean and crisp. It’s not a bad deal for informal drinking occasions. Drink 2014-2016. Monica Larner -December 2014

Date posted: January 6, 2015

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Bolla Tufaie 2011 Soave Superiore Classico DOCG

There’s a pretty sensation of fullness here that comes across thanks to the aromas of peach and yellow rose. In the mouth, the wine offers more exotic fruit with a touch of drying mineral on the close. Sweet peach and melon define the close. Date Published 6/1/2013

Date posted: June 27, 2013

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Bolla Tufaie 2010 Soave Superiore Classico DOCG

OUTSTANDING RELEASES FROM AROUND THE GLOBE Beat the heat with pale perfection. Made in a very ripe style with loads of honey, apple pie and Creamsicle. Full-bodied, thick and rich yet pretty easy to drink. – Ben Weinberg June 2012

Date posted: May 28, 2013

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Bolla Tufaie 2010 Soave Superiore Classico DOCG

12 Top Picks From Soave….. Tufaie gets its name from the chalky tufa stone deposits that characterize its vineyard soils. That quality adds a pristine, dry quality to the wine that works nicely with its sweet melon, sage and stone fruit aromas. Monica Larner August 2011

Date posted: May 28, 2013

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Bolla Tufaie 2010 Soave Superiore Classico DOCG

Tufaie gets its name from the chalky tufa stone deposits that characterize its vineyard soils. That quality adds a pristine, dry quality to the wine that works very nicely with its sweet melon, sage and stone fruit aromas. — M.L. (8/1/2011)

Date posted: March 4, 2013

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Bolla Tufaie 2010 Soave Superiore Classico DOCG

This gold straw Soave reveals ripe yellow fruit and minerals on the nose and palate. It’s savory, delicious, beautifully balanced and a wonderful value. Tufaie is a blend of 90% Garganega and 10% Trebbiano grown on hillside vineyards and goes through partial malo. The chalky tufa stone on which Garganega grows lends its name to […]

Date posted: March 4, 2013

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