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Casale Marchese Frascati Superiore 2013

Winemaker's Notes:

The Carletti's have many different varieties planted at their 50 hectare estate. Their focus is on traditional Frascati varieties such as malvasia puntinata, malvasia di candia, trebbiano toscano, greco, bombino, and bellone. Their Frascati is fermented in stainless steel, and without malolactic fermentation to give the wines added cut and delineation. Overall, it has the typical freshness that one might expect from a Frascati but it also has something that one doesn't always find with their Frascati's - complexity and length! They are a benchmark for their appellation and are great values. Casale Marchese is one of the rare Frascati producers who chooses to hand-harvest.

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Editorial Reviews for Casale Marchese Frascati Superiore

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065238,749
3.50 5
07/25/2014

Slightly green and vegetal aromas on the nose recall garden vegetables with hints of tomato leaf laid over rather sweet and slightly spicy lemon and lime fruits with just a hint of melon as well. This is clean and focused in the mouth. At’s a narrow wine on the palate, but rapier sharp with lovely acidity supporting seashell like accent notes framing a core of slightly green tomato tinged citrus fruits. Retaining it’s focus right through the modest finish, this is a bit of an edgy wine with a pleasantly chalky character. 87pts


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Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065238,749
4.40 5
07/25/2014

Four and a half glasses



The Carletti's have many different varieties planted at their 50 hectare estate. Their focus is on traditional Frascati varieties such as malvasia puntinata, malvasia di candia, trebbiano toscano, greco, bombino, and bellone. Their Frascati is fermented in stainless steel, and without malolactic fermentation to give the wines added cut and delineation. Overall, it has the typical freshness that one might expect from a Frascati but it also has something that one doesn't always find with their Frascati's - complexity and length! They are a benchmark for their appellation and are great values. Casale Marchese is one of the rare Frascati producers who chooses to hand-harvest.

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