Tenuta di Trinoro Red Bordeaux Blend Maremma Toscana IGT le Cupole 2004

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After a good winter with, maybe, insufficient rains the budding, flowering and then the turning of colour happened ve...

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Montclair, NJ (2,500 mi)
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Nice cherry notes with medium-length finish. Good acidity makes this an excellent food wine. Fruit forward, but not overly so. Read more

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Snooth User: oolah
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Nice cherry notes with medium-length finish. Good acidity makes this an excellent food wine. Fruit forward, but not overly so.


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32277 Snooth User: Karl
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Winemaker's Notes:

After a good winter with, maybe, insufficient rains the budding, flowering and then the turning of colour happened very late so that ripening came dangerously close to winter; tasting in the field was difficult because of the green, salty berries affected by the late acid synthesis; few parcels seemed as if they could be picked at the right time: mostly Merlot and some Cabernet Franc, at a late stage, which the good autumn weather made possible waiting for. For some parcels we waited until a little mould had set in to had aromas and softness. Fermentations were good, with wines that had structure and very vertical bodies, very exciting and difficult to assemble.

After a good winter with, maybe, insufficient rains the budding, flowering and then the turning of colour happened very late so that ripening came dangerously close to winter; tasting in the field was difficult because of the green, salty berries affected by the late acid synthesis; few parcels seemed as if they could be picked at the right time: mostly Merlot and some Cabernet Franc, at a late stage, which the good autumn weather made possible waiting for. For some parcels we waited until a little mould had set in to had aromas and softness. Fermentations were good, with wines that had structure and very vertical bodies, very exciting and difficult to assemble.

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