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Maculan Dindarello IGT 2010
Chairman's SelectionTM
PLCB Code: 32414
Size: 375ML
Price: Was 14.99 Now 5.99
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Maculan Dindarello IGT 2010

Region:Italy > Veneto
Alcohol Content:11.5%

Availability in Pennsylvania

Availability in Pennsylvania:

  • Removed from the Chairman's SelectionTM list on March 18, 2014.

  • This wine is no longer available in Pennsylvania. The PLCB Code above may now be in use for a different product.

Average rating: four_full  3.80  (5 ratings)  Add a Rating

Average rating: four_full  3.80
(5 ratings)
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Rated by acorelli on December 28, 2011
My family loved this wine. Very rich, pineapple/banana/honey aromas and flavors. A bit simple at present but should develop beautifully. I plan to buy a few, stick them in a corner somewhere and stumble over them 10-20 years from now...

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Mark - January 3, 2012 8:29PM

Alright corelli, bought two of these based on your recommendation. When I open one in about ten years, if it's no good I'm coming after you!

acorelli - January 20, 2018 10:44PM

Last bottle, alas. Fabulous. Deep orange-gold. Smells like kruskovac (Croatian pear brandy), flavors of pear, pineapple, banana, ginger. Lovely balance of sweetness and acid. Hard to imagine it will get better than it is now.

Mark - February 2, 2018 9:17PM

So here we are six years later, and coincidentally I just opened another bottle myself. I have to agree, drinking very well! Fortunately I still have a few more, but no need to rush.

Rated by Mark on January 9, 2012
Bought two of these as commented above with the intention of holding, but curiosity killed the cat. After dinner with a neighbor I pulled the cork on one and we loved it. Largely agree with Acorelli, although we got a lot of pear flavors as well (wife insisted it was poached pears). I don't have experience with holding sweet wines but if this improves with time then it's all upside. Would be interested to see what Capaneus has to say about this. Going back for more, as is my neighbor.

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Rated by Capaneus on January 25, 2012
What Capaneus has to say is that this is a very pleasant wine, but oddly lacking varietal character. Couple that with acidity a bit too low for my taste, and it's a bit hard for me to get overly enthusiastic.

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Rated by bigred on December 10, 2012
Very fresh and vibrant, with honeydew, citrus, peach, and yes orange marmalade as described in the WA tasting notes. Sweet, but not overly so; with a nice richness and length, and just enough acidity. Would not recommend drinking this with dessert; it is a dessert in and of itself.

four_full four_full  4

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Rated by dontime on December 11, 2012
Great DTQPR. Very floral on the nose, impressive citrus/grapefruit and a buttery banana quality on the palate.

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