Librandi Cirò Rosato 2008

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Dark red. Vibrant aromas of red fruits, licorice and minerals. Supple and much sweeter than usual, with brisk acidity...

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If you ever wondered why people meant when they described a wine tasting of hay, we'll drink this. But yummy hay. Read more

Cirò is produced from Gaglioppo, the most important grape variety in Calabria. This red has spicy fruit on the nose, with an elegant texture suppor... Read more

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Snooth User: cheong
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3.00 5
03/28/2011

If you ever wondered why people meant when they described a wine tasting of hay, we'll drink this. But yummy hay.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
02/10/2011

Cirò is produced from Gaglioppo, the most important grape variety in Calabria. This red has spicy fruit on the nose, with an elegant texture supported by firm, ripe tannins.


Winemaker's Notes:

Dark red. Vibrant aromas of red fruits, licorice and minerals. Supple and much sweeter than usual, with brisk acidity framing the ripe red fruit and licorice flavors. For such a fresh wine, this boasts impressive creamy texture and breadth. Finishes with good balance, lift and length. This is the fruitiest Duca San Felice I ever recall tasting, something not altogether easy to achieve with the gaglioppo grape, which could best be defined as yielding wines that are generally "fruit-challenged." I felt there might be a hint of residual sugar here adding to the impression of creaminess, but the wine finishes dry. --Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

Dark red. Vibrant aromas of red fruits, licorice and minerals. Supple and much sweeter than usual, with brisk acidity framing the ripe red fruit and licorice flavors. For such a fresh wine, this boasts impressive creamy texture and breadth. Finishes with good balance, lift and length. This is the fruitiest Duca San Felice I ever recall tasting, something not altogether easy to achieve with the gaglioppo grape, which could best be defined as yielding wines that are generally "fruit-challenged." I felt there might be a hint of residual sugar here adding to the impression of creaminess, but the wine finishes dry. --Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

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