|Martin Wine Cellar (New Orleans – Metairie – Mandeville)||USD 41.99 $41.99 750ml|
Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco Martinenga 2007
Editorial Reviews for Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco Martinenga
A bit pruny on the nose and intense with lots of soil tones, some minty spice, some prosciutto, and pencil shavings framing lots of strawberry fruit with a top notes of smoke and vanilla, and clay. Soft, rich, and powerful in the mouth this displays lots of red fruit even some watermelon, with nice slightly rustic and spicy tannins. Fresh and powerful on the finish this is full of red cherry and earthy fruit and retains a sweetness on the long finish. This is pretty attractive 2007. 91pts
sweet wood, minty, wild cherry preserves, very mentholly wood, nice wine at it’s core, fresh, red astringent fruit, crisp tannins, very nice balance, good cut, lovely feel, lots of sweet fruit on the follow through but with good balancing acids and nice refreshing agrumi tones, excellent length
Four and a half glasses
External Reviews for Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco Martinenga
Colour: Brilliant ruby red with violet reflections. Bouquet: Intense and persistent, reminiscent of small fruits (cherries...) and almonds. Taste: Velvety and harmonious; good structure, with a pleasant bitterish almond aftertaste and just the right tannins to make it an attactive wine.
Wine Tasting NotesProduced from grapes grown in the same vineyard for our Barbaresco, this wine has all the character and elegance of a great nebbiolo with an intense perfume Iof fine flowers and mature berries. Fresh and pleasant on the palate with typical tannic backbone, it is ideal with grilled foods, white and red meats, and medium aged cheeses.
Food Pairings for Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco Martinenga
Colour: Garnet red, brilliant, with orange hues. Bouquet: Intense and harmonious, reminiscent of wild wood berries, strawberries and sour black cherry jam with a pleasant balsamic note of cloves. Taste: Full, harmonious, with good complexity and persistent aftertaste.
Notes: Slavonian oak casks for 14 months followed by a maturation in bottle for at least 9 months.
|Total Acidity: 5.5 grams per liter|
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