Martinelli Sagrantino 2003

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The 2001 Barolo Carobric opens with a perfumed nose of freshly cut flowers, crushed berries and menthol. It offers fl...

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"The estate’s 2003 Martinelli Sagrantino di Montefalco Sor Anna is a brooding, powerful Sagrantino. It offers outstanding length as well as superb ... Read more

One of Italy’s rarest wines, there is little more than 250 acres of Sagrantino currently cultivated, all of it in the province of Umbria. This unqu... Read more

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External Review
Source: WineExpress.com
01/16/2010

"The estate’s 2003 Martinelli Sagrantino di Montefalco Sor Anna is a brooding, powerful Sagrantino. It offers outstanding length as well as superb balance. Dark cherries, spices, earthiness, leather and toasted oak emerge from this satisfying Sagrantino. It gives the impression of being fairly accessible now, perhaps owing to more generosity in the fruit as compared to the normal bottling. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2018." WA


External Review
Source: WineExpress.com
05/21/2010

One of Italy’s rarest wines, there is little more than 250 acres of Sagrantino currently cultivated, all of it in the province of Umbria. This unquie and expressive grape was all but extinct until local growers like Martinelli brought it back. 100% Sagrantino by law this big, rich red scored 91 points in the Wine Advocate who said “The estate’s 2003 Martinelli Sagrantino di Montefalco Sor Anna is a brooding, powerful Sagrantino. It offers outstanding length as well as superb balance. Dark cherries, spices, earthiness, leather and toasted oak emerge from this satisfying Sagrantino. It gives the impression of being fairly accessible now, perhaps owing to more generosity in the fruit as compared to the normal bottling. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2018.”


Winemaker's Notes:

The 2001 Barolo Carobric opens with a perfumed nose of freshly cut flowers, crushed berries and menthol. It offers flavors of ripe red fruits with excellent structure and length, closing with good freshness on the finish. Parker-92pts.

The 2001 Barolo Carobric opens with a perfumed nose of freshly cut flowers, crushed berries and menthol. It offers flavors of ripe red fruits with excellent structure and length, closing with good freshness on the finish. Parker-92pts.

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