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Falesco Sangiovese Umbria IGT 2010
Editorial Reviews for Falesco Sangiovese Umbria IGT
Tight on the nose with some earthy strawberry fruit and gentle woodsy and smoky top notes. This is really quite smooth on entry, though the minor tannins and integrated acidity help the wine pop on the mid-palate. There fruit shows fine depth, if in a slightly matte style, with a bit of a tea like, extracted feel. A bit rough and rich at the same time. The finish shows good intensity of black cherry skin fruit with decent length. 86pts
Barnyard and funk mixed with some cooked fruit- cherries, raspberries and plums, oh my! Acidic, light finish.
Blackberry and plum notes with some herbal flavors (sage, thyme) and damp meadow. Fresh and springy, would be good with gamey dishes or an herby, tomato-based pasta sauce.
External Reviews for Falesco Sangiovese Umbria IGT
Bright ruby-red in color with expressive aromas of ripe black cherries, strawberries and plums. Excellent balance on the palate, with soft tannins and slightly spicy notes on the finish. Whether paired with your favorite Italian dishes or enjoyed alone by the glass, this Sangiovese is a pure pleasure to drink.
This 100% Sangiovese is intense and bright ruby red in color, with aromas of ripe cherry and strawberry. The excellent balance between fruit and acidity, and the slightly spicy notes on the finish are the unmistakable hallmarks of this wine. The soft and silky tannins frame the pleasant texture of this pure Sangiovese.
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