2009 Alois "Settimo" Campania Rosso

SKU #1090355

60% Pallagrello Nero, 40% Casavecchia, two native, relatively obscure varietals that make one heck of a wine.

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Staff Image By: Steve Greer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/18/2012 | Send Email
I would be hard pressed to find a more interesting wine for under $20 in the store. Tobacco, herbs and delicate raspberry on the nose. The tart red fruit comes through on the palate along with spices and herbs along with a juicy finish and nice structured tannins. Some people might need food like a juicy steak with this wine to calm the tannins. I like the astringent finish and light body for roasted veggies, sausages and cheeses.

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Alcohol Content (%): 13.5