Initially seemed a curbside pickup fail. Supposed to have been Lambrusco but charge it to the game. Always fun to try something new and weird and this is both, for me anyway.
5% ABV made me brace for sweetness but it’s tart, light, and with a lot more minerality than you’ll find in virtually any other red out there. A hint of effervescence that reminds of Vinho Verde (not as luscious as the aforementioned Lambrusco). An ideal summer wine. My sister-in-law thought it tasted like cough syrup, though 🤷🏻♂️🤷🏾♂️ — 5 months ago
Big and mineral — 2 years ago
Notes of bright cherry, licorice, coffee ground, rose petals. — 4 years ago
Riserva 2012 — 2 years ago
Smooth, full flavors. Paired well with spicy shrimp pasta. — 4 years ago
"The Devil's horne" is the name of this red wine, due to the high slope of this vineyard in Canneto Pavese (Italy).
Buttafuoco is a blend of 4 different grapes: Croatina, Barbera, Uva rara and Ughetta di Canneto.
Deep color, intense fragrance of prune, red peach and pomegranate.
Full-bodied, power tannins texture, long persistance.
The 15,5 % alcohol is really well balanced, I didn't believe it! (2016 was a very warm summer). — 9 months ago