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Medium-bodied red wine

Slightly fuller-bodied reds, perhaps more suited to everyday drinking, or enjoying with anything other than 'an absolutely massive steak'.

Wine/Red Wine/Medium Bodied Reds

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This is the 2011 vintage of Ca Dei Frati Ronchedone, an intense Italian red wine made 45% Marzemino, 45% Sangiovese and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes used for this wine were grown on the south...  More info
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