This was nice, but have had better. Would drink again — a month ago
Blend of Grenache, with some Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan, and a splash of Marselan, deep Ruby with aromas of black fruits and pepper spice. On the palate flavors of blackberry and black cherry with, loaded with spice and balanced acidity. Medium+ finish, fine tannins, ending with fruit and spice. — a year ago
New grape varietal for me. Combines the power of Cabernet Sauvignon and the brightness of Grenache. Aromas of bramble berries and dark cherries/currants. Hints of baking spices. Pallet is loaded with ripe berry and plum fruit followed by notes of vanilla, spice, dried herbs and toasted oak. Well integrated soft tannins. Reasonably well balanced. — 2 years ago
Very pleasant and easy to drink — a month ago
Very nice. — 2 years ago
There is something about natural wines I really dig — 6 months ago
Here we’re sipping a Super Tuscan: Montepeloso, Eneo, Costa Toscana IGT, 2016, 14.5% ABV.
It was made using a proprietary blend blissfully marrying several native Italian varieties, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Marselan, and Alicante; the precise blend in a given year may vary based on the needs and wants of the vintage and the desired expression of the winemaker, Fabrizio Moltard.
This wine is deep ruby and offers developing notes of black cherry, plum, fig, anise, licorice, fennel, nutmeg, allspice, black olive, new leather, wet earth, and cured meat.
This wine is a reflection of the terroir of the Tuscan coast, with vibrancy in acidity alongside deep black fruit and earthy notes. It is dry, with a full body, high alcohol, medium(+) chewy tannins, and medium(+) intensity of flavors consistent with the nose. The finish lingers.
— a year ago