I have the Selection Limited Edition and it does not come with grape skins. It does have a lot of oak "sawdust". Three packs toasted, one French Oak, and another of a type I can't remember. I have never tasted a Brunello before and would have never dropped 50 of my hard earned ones to try it out. That why I moved into this hobby so that hopefully I can enjoy some nice wines on my budget. I am looking forward to that first sip. I also have a Selection International Amarone kit that does have the grape skins, raisons, etc. I am really looking forward to tasting that one. I have had some inexpensive Texas grown Sangiovese that was incredible. Hoping for a little of the same with these wines.
All the best,