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Marisa Cuomo Costa d'Amalfi Furore Rosso 2015

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50% Piedirosso and 50% Aglianico. Red with ruby hues, characteristic aroma of ripe cherries and liquorice. Smooth flavour characterised by a pleasant base of spicy notes. Alcohol 13.5%. Food Pairing: Pastas with rich sauces, roasted leg of lamb, seared beef tenderloin with mustard-horseradish sauce, spiced pork tenderloin and braised shallots and/or aged cheeses. Not yet reviewed; 2014 vintage rated 91 points by Ian D'Agata (Vinous): (a blend of Piedirosso and Aglianico): Bright red. Vinous red cherry and flinty red berries on the perfumed nose, complicated by a floral nuance. On the palate, the telltale Piedirosso herbal nuances mingle with Aglianico's richer red cherry and plum fruit. Finishes bright and long, with smooth tannins and plenty of fruity exuberance. This lovely midweight red boasts sneaky concentration and plenty of finesse. Drink: 2015-2021.

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Mariso Cuomo:
Situated in the Campanian province of Salerno, Costa d’Amalfi operates three DOC subzones—Furore, Ravello, and Tramonti. Marisa Cuomo and her husband, winemaker Andrea Ferraioli, produce six wines dedicated to local varietals. Cuomo is particularly esteemed for her work with Falanghina, a fairly mild grape that realizes a more demonstrative expression in the Amalfi zone, deliveri... Read more
Situated in the Campanian province of Salerno, Costa d’Amalfi operates three DOC subzones—Furore, Ravello, and Tramonti. Marisa Cuomo and her husband, winemaker Andrea Ferraioli, produce six wines dedicated to local varietals. Cuomo is particularly esteemed for her work with Falanghina, a fairly mild grape that realizes a more demonstrative expression in the Amalfi zone, delivering floral and citrus flavors. Falanghina serves as the primary constituent of Cuomo’s Ravello bottling, which is widely regarded as one of the highest quality expressions of the grape. Both the Ravello and Furore also feature Biancolella, Falanghina’s frequent partner in the region’s white blends. Fior d’Uva, the third white, is comprised of local whites Fenile and Ginestra. All three of Cuomo’s reds blend Piedirosso—a local red that delivers berry fruits and a slight cinnamon accent—and Aglianico. Read less

50% Piedirosso and 50% Aglianico. Red with ruby hues, characteristic aroma of ripe cherries and liquorice. Smooth flavour characterised by a pleasant base of spicy notes. Alcohol 13.5%. Food Pairing: Pastas with rich sauces, roasted leg of lamb, seared beef tenderloin with mustard-horseradish sauce, spiced pork tenderloin and braised shallots and/or aged cheeses. Not yet reviewed; 2014 vintage rated 91 points by Ian D'Agata (Vinous): (a blend of Piedirosso and Aglianico): Bright red. Vinous red cherry and flinty red berries on the perfumed nose, complicated by a floral nuance. On the palate, the telltale Piedirosso herbal nuances mingle with Aglianico's richer red cherry and plum fruit. Finishes bright and long, with smooth tannins and plenty of fruity exuberance. This lovely midweight red boasts sneaky concentration and plenty of finesse. Drink: 2015-2021.

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