Colour is mid Ruby red. Dusty cherries, savoury cherry pip, a touch of menthol. Thought there were hints of caramel oak but I note it was fermented in stainless steel at controlled temperature. Malo in vats of cement, stainless steel and wood (large bottis I would imagine).Good structure for a Rosso - silky tannins. Very enjoyable and a great match with Fettuccine. — a day ago
A crazy wine. Grenache from Piedmont.
Nose is exultant blackberries. Almost jammy. But some uplifting spice. Herb bouquet. Wow.
Palate is rich. Chocolate. Blackberries. Spice. Bramble.
Crazy chocolate covered blackberries on the finish.
Needs a 30 minute decant.
Yikes. 45 minutes in elite deliciousness. Almost a porty aspect. Damn this is good.
Bought from fass selections — 11 days ago
I liked this one better the second day. The litre bottle helped make that comparison possible! This is a fruit forward wine...cherries, cranberries and a minerality that softens on day two. The bouquet kept changing and kept me intrigued! — 8 days ago
I really liked this fruit forward Italian wine - the sulfate free always leaves almost a tingle on the tongue — a year ago
Slightly effervescent and light-bodied with a sharp texture and high acid. Notes of cherry and light smoky/leathery notes with a subtle earthy funkiness (think dried mushrooms). Good minerality. Would definitely be amazing chilled. — 6 days ago
Surprisingly full bodied and well rounded without being overly intense. Delicious! — 5 days ago
I really enjoyed the smooth and balanced profile of this wine. It’s a 2020 vintage sangiovese wine from Tuscany, Italy. Dry, very slight tannins, low acidity, 13.5 ABV. Very easy to drink. It paired well with Italian foods. — 11 days ago