2007 Ferrero Montepulciano Maremma Toscana "Mo"

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100 % Montepulciano, but vinified in a fresh and very fruity way, with soft tannins and a burst of red stone fruits on the nose and palate. This is delicious with a slight chill on it, and when served alongside grilled meats and fish. According to Wine Spectator: "Earthy and slightly funky, but with some serious ripe fruit underneath the funk. Full and soft. Cleans up with air. Very fruity and delicious. Best after 2010. 100 cases made." (10/10)

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Staff Image By: Adam Parry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/30/2011 | Send Email
100% Montepulciano, incredibly fruity, with very soft tannins. An excellent accompaniment to grilled fish and meats. Please look past the image of Mo and enjoy this very pleasant wine.

Staff Image By: Chiara Shannon | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/19/2011 | Send Email
"Mo" is right, as in "gimme MO!" The 07 Ferrero MO (which stands for Montepulciano, the grape) is simply delicious. Layers of black fruit and funky, earthy notes and a soft mouthfeel make for an Italian wine that is at once approachable and modern, but without the drama. No fanciness here, just good, old-fashioned food-friendliness and unconditional (ok, almost) drinkability. Uncork and share with someone in your life who might need a little "mo," too.

Staff Image By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 12/3/2010 | Send Email
From our friends at Ferrero (Claudia Ferrero & Pablo Harri) husband & wife team, they have hit another one out of the proverbial ballpark. This is 100% Montepulciano from Maremma, on the palate you will find a dark, brooding profile of scorched earth, smoke, wild cherries and underbrush, with plenty of dark fruit that carries through to the finish. There is outstanding depth here, not to mention terrific overall balance with soft supple tannins. Just the thing for cheese filled pastas.

Staff Image By: Jim Barr | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/27/2010 | Send Email
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What a stunning wine! Everything that you would want from a great Bordeaux from a great vintage or a well-structured Napa Valley Cabernet as they use to made back in the 1960’s to the 1980’s, is here in this Gem. This is a wine that is loaded with depth, complexity, and layers of fruit, showing a broad and rich mouthfeel, integrated silky tannins, superb acid structure and a bouquet that screams “I am great!!!!”It is the complete package of cassis, black current, roasted coffee bean, and just pure layers of fruit flavors… a truly great and wonderful wine. Anderson has told me that this incredible Gem really needs to be in your cellar NOW, as it will be in ours immediately. It can drink now with one or two hours of airing after decanting. Enjoy! 14.5% ABV (Jim Barr)
Drink from 2010 to 2018

Staff Image By: Greg St. Clair | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/20/2010 | Send Email
This 2007 Ferrero Montepulciano Maremma Toscana “Mo” astounded us. It benefits from the stellar 2007 vintage, which allowed the grape to ripen fully and develop its full potential. Upon entry the wine shows richness yet it is the great balance that is so rewarding. The wine is spicy, brambly and shows great depth of flavor and a lingering finish. If we were in Montalcino we’d drink it with Pinci (hand-rolled thick spaghetti) with a wild boar ragu. You’ll love it.

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Super Tuscan