Masi

50 Campofiorin Rosso Verona

8.7139 ratings
8.77 pro ratings
Verona, Veneto, Italy
Red Blend
Game, Baking Spices, Duck, Goose, Potato, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Rice, Exotic Spices, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Onion, Chicken, Pork, Venison, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Soft Cheese, Mushrooms, Tomato-Based, Turkey, Veal, Hard Cheese
Top Notes For
Ryan Jay

2014

2014

May 3rd, 2019
MaJ CappS

Musty nose,

A touch of Brett, fig, olive, tar, tarragon, basil.
This has a lot going on with it, with arms noodling in every direction of a tasting wheel.
Persimmon acids and gritty, grainy tannins. A classics Veneto wine, in past vintages, this really showed the appassimento style, with bitter sweet overtones, it’s been a while since this has reflected that.

Musty nose,

A touch of Brett, fig, olive, tar, tarragon, basil.
This has a lot going on with it, with arms noodling in every direction of a tasting wheel.
Persimmon acids and gritty, grainy tannins. A classics Veneto wine, in past vintages, this really showed the appassimento style, with bitter sweet overtones, it’s been a while since this has reflected that.

Jul 31st, 2018
Lyn Farmer

After 50 vintages Masi has nailed this unique style of Ripasso. Elegant with a silky texture, bright fruit and good length this is a lively wine with meat, pasta and cheese

After 50 vintages Masi has nailed this unique style of Ripasso. Elegant with a silky texture, bright fruit and good length this is a lively wine with meat, pasta and cheese

Feb 5th, 2018
Ken Venezio

I buy this wine quite often. Easy drinking pizza night wine. Usually delivers. This bottle, not so good. Looks unfiltered compared to the older vintages. Plenty going on, but it could just be a bad bottle. 5 more in the cellar.

I buy this wine quite often. Easy drinking pizza night wine. Usually delivers. This bottle, not so good. Looks unfiltered compared to the older vintages. Plenty going on, but it could just be a bad bottle. 5 more in the cellar.

1 person found it helpfulOct 31st, 2018
Sareg Pog Paghis

It is no wonder this wine goes by the name Masi, since Masi in Italian means “excellent tasting, moderately-low priced Costco wine”.

It is no wonder this wine goes by the name Masi, since Masi in Italian means “excellent tasting, moderately-low priced Costco wine”.

1 person found it helpfulOct 9th, 2018
Sipping Fine Wine

In 1964, Campofiorin was the first in reinventing the technique of double fermentation. A blend of 70% Corvina, 25% Rondinella and 5% Molinara. Deep red with full ripe black and red fruit aromas. This Ripasso style wine offers intense flavors of blackberry jam and cherry with sweet vanilla, and cinnamon spice notes. Soft chewy tannins, lingering finish ending with a raisin fruit character. Very Nice. Tasting Sample.

In 1964, Campofiorin was the first in reinventing the technique of double fermentation. A blend of 70% Corvina, 25% Rondinella and 5% Molinara. Deep red with full ripe black and red fruit aromas. This Ripasso style wine offers intense flavors of blackberry jam and cherry with sweet vanilla, and cinnamon spice notes. Soft chewy tannins, lingering finish ending with a raisin fruit character. Very Nice. Tasting Sample.

1 person found it helpfulSep 24th, 2018
Brian Stumpo

Very nice, paired well with the salmon and risotto dish I had.

Very nice, paired well with the salmon and risotto dish I had.

Oct 19th, 2019
Nancy Schnur

Tamuras $17.50

Tamuras $17.50

Apr 27th, 2019
Anwar Jumabhoy

Comments are spot one. Lovely flavours though I found the 2014 a little sweet.

Comments are spot one. Lovely flavours though I found the 2014 a little sweet.

Apr 5th, 2019
larry osborne

On the night that Justin came by with 2 montrcristos and a Big bottle of Goslings Old Rum...Janet was having a facial...the one from Santa....we said YES....but now we have to keep it a secret for 2 weeks

On the night that Justin came by with 2 montrcristos and a Big bottle of Goslings Old Rum...Janet was having a facial...the one from Santa....we said YES....but now we have to keep it a secret for 2 weeks

Feb 21st, 2019