Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar Review Rated 89 Medium-dark ruby. Bright, intensely vinous aromas of red b...Read more...
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Deep, penetrating red in the glass. Filling aromas of dark fruit, jam, and tar. Full bodied and thick on the palate, exactly what you're looking for, jammy and luscious. Job done at €9, simple but tasty. 89 Points
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar Review Rated 89 Medium-dark ruby. Bright, intensely vinous aromas of red berries, red cherry and flowers show an immensely appealing red fruit cocktail quality. Red cherry and redcurrant flavors put on weight in the glass, picking up a mineral tang and a seductive floral quality on the long, clean finish. This offers excellent energy and verve, and strikes me as the best-ever primitivo made by Feudi from their Ognissole estate in Puglia. Wine Tasting Notes Deep ruby red with violet reflections.Complex, powerful, spicy hints of clove andblack pepper with woodsy undertones.Suggestions of wild cherry and prune. Soft, consistent, with an excellent balance of acidity and tannins. Velvety smooth. Closes with lingering sensations of cocoa and coffee.
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