2009 Proprieta Sperino "Uvaggio" Costa della Sesia

SKU #1132243 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2009 Uvaggio boasts compelling inner sweetness and layers of perfumed fruit. This is an especially juicy, radiant wine for this part of northern Piedmont, but at the same time, the trademark Lessona acidity keeps things in check. Sweet floral notes resonate on the finish. This is pure class and elegance. What an impressive wine. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2019. The De Marchi family’s winery in their native Lessona continues its ascent into the upper echelon of Italian wine. These two new releases are absolutely fantastic.  (10/2012)

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Staff Image By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/29/2014 | Send Email
This super bottle of wine hails from the Northern Piedmont village of Lessona and is composed of 70% Nebbiolo, 15% Vespolina and 15% Croatina. I loved the generous, red rose aromatics of this wine and full dark fruit on the palate. This wine has some good black tea tannin, but just the right amount for drinking now with some hardy fair. I can't wait to have a bottle of this with some crock pot short ribs!
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