Tommasi Valpolicella 2010

Tommasi (Valpolicella)

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Tommasi produces the Tommasi Valpolicella 2010 , a red wine from Valpolicella harvested in 2010. According to Uvinum users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Tommasi Valpolicella

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2010 Other vintages
Appellation:Valpolicella (Veneto,Italy)
Winery: Tommasi
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Description · Tommasi

Tommasi Valpolicella 2010

Producer: Tommasi

Appellation: Valpolicella

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Posted on at 07.16

4/5

Tommasi Viticoltori Valpolicella 2010

It had a deep colour at first sight. Highlight the aromas of tobacco. It went through like water.
It's better not to pair it and drink it alone.
With snobby guys.
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Reviews about Tommasi Valpolicella 2016

Lizz Cubbert
Lizz Cubbert

4/5

I asked for advice to a friend in a restaurant.
Red towards reddish brown hints. It smells like wild berries. It wasn't at its optimal service temperature, it would have tasted better if so.
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Reviews about Tommasi Valpolicella 2015

Adam Smith
Adam Smith

3/5

Pretty cherry colour, medium opacity. This wine from Tommasi smells like red fruit compote. It was harsh in the mouth for a Valpolicella.
The Tommasi Valpolicella pairs perfectly with meat.
I...
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Edward Collins
Edward Collins

4/5

Tommasi Viticoltori Valpolicella 2015
Fine! We enjoyed it.
Cherry red colour. Chocolate aromas. An oil-textured wine.
For the meal we had, this wasn't the proper wine.
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Reviews about Tommasi Valpolicella 2013

Charles Walcott
Charles Walcott

4/5

Tommasi Valpolicella Vitocoltori 2013
Berry aromas which are typical of . A smoky touch remained in my mouth.
For being a Valpolicella Classico, it seemed balanced and fine.
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Jessica Barker
Jessica Barker

4/5

I enjoyed it without pairing. A Veneto is better to be discovered alone.
Outstanding cherry colour with a low layer. Fine aromas of violets. Fruity taste.
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