2011. Sherry and dried fruit aromas, minimal funk, a little bit of acid and tannin on the finish. Pulled it from the cellar to pair with pumpkin-sage ravioli and rosemary and balsamic marinated pork loin. My rating definitely reflects how well this super drinkable orange wine complemented our dinner! — 3 days ago
The 2019 Fiano Terre di Dora impresses with dried flowers, incense and almond paste complemented by peach and mango notes. Silky contours usher in mineral-tinged white stone fruits, zesty green citrus and exotic spice. While gorgeous already, the 2019 offers good near-potential. $19.00 (Eric Guido, Vinous, September 2021) — 9 days ago
This wine spent in my wishlist for a long time. And at last, spontaneously, the party has formed and we seized a bottle. Initially closed and shy nose, requires time to open up. Oxidised apples, apricots, amber, zest, and well integrated VA. Medium tannins, medium acidity, all combining into long and tasty symphony of oxidised apple juice.
Tasted on 2021-09-01 — 2 days ago
Excellent wine! Smooth, delicate and wonderful — 12 days ago
Really interesting wine that is both rustic and elegant at the same time! Bright red berry fruit aromas with notes of spices, violets, bay leaves and dried thyme. Rich and bold black cherry fruit flavors with notes of tobacco, beef jerky and tar. Peppery finish. Nice ruby color and medium bodied. Aging beautifully! — 22 days ago