Limited notes. Floral, undergrowth and blueberry nose. Red fruits and medium body with lively acidity. Great food wine and very unique.
What a weird little one. Nearly effervescent on the pour, so very tightly wound, with a touch of fizzy lifting fruit on the first sip. Opening up, calms down a bit so that a dark blackberry surfaces, but still a bit Jekyll and Hyde-ish.
An absolute gem. Lacrima Di Morro d'Alba (tears of Morro d'Alba) is the most aromatic and floral grape varietal I've ever come across. This darling of the Marche full of bergamot and rose petals. Fruits are berries spanning the gamut from blue to black. Luigi Giusti has gone for a longer maceration, which brings the phenols in this wine out even more than in other producer's wines. It took a few months for it to relax, but it is drinking beautifully now. Lush fruits, tons of aromatics, medium body, low tannin, and enough acidity are what this wine is all about!!!!!!
Food Pairings for Luigi Giusti Lacrima di Morro d'Alba
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