Medium bodied, strawberries, juicy, perfect with just about everything — 11 days ago
Ruby red, cedar, crushed dried roses, earthy earthy like mushrooms, cherry glaze.
Wine just wakes me right up!
Mmmm jammy, delicious, spice component with cinnamon and red pepper kick. Well-balanced acidity, harmonious sips, really playin up the medium body.
Lovely. Good find at Frankly in Tribeca!
Perfect to watch The Sopranos with (apparently Schioppettino translates to gunshot). I mean come on… — 4 months ago
Black pepper — 2 months ago
A stately, well-structured red from Friuli. This one had the maturity and mellow character of a wine almost a decade old. The tannins, though no doubt softened over the years, provided enough structure to allow this schioppettino to continue ageing, even if only for a couple more years. Blueberries and vanilla were present on the nose, whereas the palate presented flavors of prunes, raisins, plums, and a hint of tobacco. Very happy to have procured this bottle; it was a great pairing for our Easter leg of lamb! 100% Schioppettino. 4/17/22. — 7 months ago
The 2019 Schioppettino is remarkably pretty and floral, with violets and roses complementing its wild red berries and hints of smoke. This is soft-textured and lifted in feel, yet also packed full of fleshy raspberry fruit, as exotic spices build within. It leaves a tinge of sour citrus while finishing lightly structured and with a staining like liquid lavender. Lovers of Schioppettino will fall head over heels for the 2019. (Eric Guido, Vinous, April 2022)
— 2 months ago
While certainly the nicest Schioppettino I’ve had it’s difficult to justify the price point relative to other wines of its caliber. Medium bodied with energetic, bright red fruit, pepper, and faint earth. Well balanced fruit with juicy acidity and soft, powdery tannin. Impressive, but still needs to prove a $40 price tag. — 3 months ago