Even the 2019 vintage, of our monovarietal reserves, conquers the jury of JamesSuckling.com. Here is what the American critic writes:
- Maurizio Fuselli 2019, 93 points: “Aromas of plums and blueberries with walnut, cocoa and a chalky character. Some blue flowers too. Medium-bodied. Polished and dusty texture, with a lively acidity highlight its crunchy blue fruit character all the way through to a chewy finish. Drink or hold“;
- Aldone 2019, 92 points: “Notes of wild berries, plums, baking spices, dried oregano and thyme. Medium-to full-bodied with a nice chew of fine-grained tannins and fresh acidity. Plenty of red fruit and sour cherries on the palate. Vivid and bright, with excellent drinkability now. Will hold, too”;
- Franchesato 2019, 92 points: “Some bell pepper and bark on top of dark cherries and black olives. It’s medium- to full-bodied with fine, firm tannins. Lovely savoriness with wet leaf and supple fruit on the palate. Creamy tannins linger to quite a long finish. Shows varietal typicality. Drink or hold“;
- Tarabuso 2019, 93 points: “This shows a fresh and minty character with notes of blue fruit, chocolate, cedar wood and crushed stones. Medium-bodied with lots of fine-grained and chewy tannins. Velvety and structured with delicious fruit character and lingering mineral finish. Drink or hold”.
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