A big boy with a clear Italian edge. Honestly, it was a difficult blind for me but JS, who brought the wine, sure did know how to make it a fun game of options. Discernible oak, JS’ chicanery, and the “Luce” like bottle shape pushed me right into the Super Tuscan camp. Then bam! A Montelpuciano was revealed. No one got it. The wine itself was not for me, but clearly left a good impression for others on the table. Ripe and sweet cherries, plums, toasty wood, smoke, tobacco, warm earth, and a touch of vanilla. — a year ago
Very nice surprise!
I'd never expect such a good Champ from this terrroir.
Try it! — 6 years ago
Dark but soft enough, Fantastico! — 8 years ago
Wine-aisle stop-worthy just because of the traffic light red flashing here! Just the color alone draws in the consumer from the other pale roses blending in with the crowd. This red-blooded Italian exudes pomegranate-driven flavors and dry cranberry. It’s sangria without the sugar, fruit floaties or patience. This delicious wine is available on www.freerunjuicewine.com — comment and tag me if you would like a discount code! Cheers friends! — 3 years ago
Full body, touch of oak — 5 years ago
Smooth. Light. Plum. Blackberry. Dark Cherry. Wet rock. — 7 years ago
Has a very surprising but pleasant effervescence. Perfect balance of citrus acidity and perceived sweetness. — 4 years ago
濃過ぎ — 5 years ago
Rich creamy texture with dry red fruit essence. Much more lively than expected. — 7 years ago
Crisp little Apple minerally bright nice I recommend — 9 years ago