Contini Barrile Isola dei Nuraghi

$ 35.28 $ 28
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with plenty of forward fruit and some moderate tannins to back it. The flavors are fresh and tangy, with a pleasant overlay of wood and baking spices. A blend of of Arinto and Antão Vaz, this is an intensely fresh wine, full of some acidity but also yellow fruits and a deliciously refreshing aftertaste. The blend, with its herbal character, is likely to develop as it ages. Drink from late 2017. In this inaugural release, winemaker Jacqueline Comart noted that the appellation did not begin with this selection. It is a barrel selection, and the extra barrel is likely to be sediment, but the result is quite pleasing. The wine, which reaches 14.5% alcohol from the residual sugar, is lightly textured, tight and compact, the fruit promising some length or maturity.
Wine experts say this Red wine is the benchmark from which to compare each of its recent range. It`s dry, crisp in acidity and complex, with refreshing grapefruit, citrus and white peach flavors. Pair it with food to see it at its best. It opens with a floral fragrance of Spanish broom, jasmine and chamomile. The juicy palate is one of high acidity and fruity acidity, and it delivers tangerine, white peach and white peach flavors. Lemon-lime acidity provides additional lift and clarity. This is a classic expression of Quinta do Cortona Fina. This is a great Chianti Classico Riserva that stands tall in this category of Italian wine. It has a lovely, rich character, with aromas of sweet spice and dark chocolate, followed by layers of intensity and intensity and a long, dusty finish.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised. It`s dry, crisply acidic and softly delicious, with pleasant raspberry, cherry, cola and sandalwood flavors. The grapes come from an estate-grown site and the wine was made by the late David Potter. It did not come from Basil Wakefield, so the label reads, in a very elegant way, like a fine, chocolaty wine: cherry-berry flavors and light tannins, with the complexity and juiciness of a young Port. A bit hard in tannins and stinging in acidity, but the raspberry, cherry and red currant flavors are gorgeously ripe, and the wine has a dry finish. The mover in Grenache  made this into a blockbuster—a fact that Petit Verdot does well. This is rich, soft and smoothly ripe, with a gentle scour of red berries.

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