Cupertinum

Copertino Riserva Negroamaro Blend

8.635 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Copertino, Lecce, Puglia, Italy
Negroamaro Blend
Top Notes For
Lundmark Kvarnstrom

Väldigt mycket för pengarna!

Väldigt mycket för pengarna!

Jan 18th, 2014
Douglas Renall

Great quality at a fair price

Great quality at a fair price

Dec 29th, 2013
Lilith Wiman

Mycket mycket gott

Mycket mycket gott

Mar 1st, 2021
Marcin Kawala

Very interesting wine, with notes of liquorice and dried fruits, tastes a bit like natural Cabernet franc from Loire valley I tried some time ago. Let it breathe. I’m going to try it with moose stew in a couple of days.

Very interesting wine, with notes of liquorice and dried fruits, tastes a bit like natural Cabernet franc from Loire valley I tried some time ago. Let it breathe. I’m going to try it with moose stew in a couple of days.

Feb 11th, 2020
Philip Scharf

Sprawling and original taste that made us laught and encouraged us to discuss wine.

Sprawling and original taste that made us laught and encouraged us to discuss wine.

Mar 2nd, 2019
Johnny Andersen

Hints of leather with a sprawling Taste. Probably better in combination with certain foods - meat perhaps. Kind of odd on its own. Should not be combined with chocolate under any circumstance!

With Cizz & Philip

Hints of leather with a sprawling Taste. Probably better in combination with certain foods - meat perhaps. Kind of odd on its own. Should not be combined with chocolate under any circumstance!

With Cizz & Philip

Mar 1st, 2019
Robert polder

Stram, fatkaraktär, lite mot portvin

Stram, fatkaraktär, lite mot portvin

Oct 19th, 2018
Luigi Porcile

For the price, splendid. With some air (30 minutes recommended) the very rich flavors of tobacco, leather, dried cherries and rose hip comes through. Nice body, nice acidity, nice everything.

For the price, splendid. With some air (30 minutes recommended) the very rich flavors of tobacco, leather, dried cherries and rose hip comes through. Nice body, nice acidity, nice everything.

Sep 15th, 2017
Jann Voss

If blind I would say Bordeaux. Full body, old fruits, dry but no bitterness. Gold for the price of bronze. Had 2008. Great with lamb roast. Buy a case if you can!!

If blind I would say Bordeaux. Full body, old fruits, dry but no bitterness. Gold for the price of bronze. Had 2008. Great with lamb roast. Buy a case if you can!!

Apr 16th, 2017
Erik Bamford

Fruity and some old flavours.

Fruity and some old flavours.

Dec 16th, 2015