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La Mozza Aragone 2007

External Review by Premium Wine & Spirits:

The 2007 Aragone is a blend of Sangiovese, Alicante, Syrah and Carignano. Racy dark red cherries, flowers, earthiness and licorice are some of the nuances that flow from this textured, expressive wine. In 2007, Aragone sits on the razor’s edge of over ripeness; coming close, but never going over the top. A refined, polished finish serves to balance some of the more opulent qualities. This racy, sexy wine delivers incredible quality for the money. Anticipated maturity: 2010–2020.

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Region: Italy » Tuscany

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Winery: La Mozza
Color: Red
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External Reviews for La Mozza Aragone

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
08/08/2014

The 2007 Aragone is a blend of Sangiovese, Alicante, Syrah and Carignano. Racy dark red cherries, flowers, earthiness and licorice are some of the nuances that flow from this textured, expressive wine. In 2007, Aragone sits on the razor’s edge of over ripeness; coming close, but never going over the top. A refined, polished finish serves to balance some of the more opulent qualities. This racy, sexy wine delivers incredible quality for the money. Anticipated maturity: 2010–2020.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
08/08/2014

Very likeable for the sweet plum and berry character, with Indian spice and light citrus highlights. Fruity and delicious on the finish. A little tough now. Sangiovese, Alicante, Syrah and Carignane. Best from 2012 through 2015.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
07/16/2015

From a project Lidia and Joe Bastianich developed with Mario Batali, Aragone is focused on local varieties — sangiovese, alicante and carignan — along with syrah. This is a ripe, Mediterranean red, its fresh black cherry-scented fruit deepened by supple tannins. The structure has enough edges to grip a thick-cut sirloin.




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