Fresh entry-level wine from one of Bierzo’s most exciting producers, a blend of Palomino Fino and Doña Blanca from old vines rooted on slate and quartzy soils in a vineyard named Frontairo. Dry, aromas of toast and straw. Citrus, saltiness. Good acidity. — 17 hours ago
Smooth. Red berries, mild oak, stone. Great with Italian dish — a month ago
Warm day, cool wines, just delicious, prior notes apply:
Nose has freshly sliced clementine, crushed blackberry and wet minerals.
Palate is fresh and lively, citrus, red fruits with light green herbal notes and powdered sugar on the medium finish. 100% Sangiovese. — a month ago
Floral, not too sweet, nice and tart. — 2 months ago
A beautiful bottle of Brunello. Drinking well now but the present tanins and excellent acidic balance imply at least another 5 years of life from here.
Nose is a deep cherry not super dark but almost like a cherry blackberry blend. Almost pungent but in a perfumed aromatic kind of way. Some cherry flowers as this opens.
Grippy tanins at first. Then becomes more silky. Deep cherries. Almost cherry licorice. Almost sweet fruit.
Bought from fass selections. — a month ago
I’ve been drinking a well-regarded Amaro fro le Marche lately, and the nose on this reminds me of that herb- infused smell. Also some smoke, tobacco, menthol, and a little barnyard funk . Lovely black fruit with some good tannins that blend in so well with food: on this case, homemade ricotta gnocchi, with homemade brasciole, homemade sausage ( homemade) tomato sauce, and garden greens from the deck. Feasting tonight. Such a soft, expressive wine. Rosso Conero is the finest expression of montepulciano — a month ago