A new tasting experience on several levels. Had never heard of or tasted this grape varietal, Schioppettino. I was looking for a lighter red off the menu at Settimo, Guy Grossi’s new Brisbane venture. Chosen purely because of its location in Friuli ie. cooler climate. The Somm was in the dark but the wine ended up being a revelation. Red cherry and cranberry - intense white pepper on nose and palate. Dried red florals. Love this style. Will be on the lookout for this Cuvée in the future. — 4 days ago
Light hint of nice smoke on the nose otherwise not much else. But the flavor was really nice with vanilla, black cherry.. and a long finish of white pepper. — 2 months ago
lovely barbaresco… enjoyed with a bolognese. — 6 months ago
Superb nose of red berries, leather, quince and some herbal notes. The palate is very well made with a great acid drive, some red berries notes all along, some width but it's rather light and smooth on the mouthfeel. There are some tannins in the rear, a bit dusty and drying and a long fruity and fresh finish that lingers for quite some time. I had never heard about refrosco before and I read that it's pretty confidential. I will make sure to dig into it some more! — a month ago
Rich, complex, great value — 3 months ago
#wholefoods — a month ago
Pale lemon color.
Aromas of citrus, mineral.
Dry. Flavors of lime, kiwi, pear, gooseberry, soft minerality. Lots of green fruit notes.
Finish: 4/5 — a month ago
Incredible — 5 months ago