2007 Cantina Sociale Copertino Riserva

SKU #1153056

The Copertino Riserva is a blend of Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera. It explodes with ripe blackberry, currant, and plum aromas and flavors with hints of leather and baking spice. The palate is rich and round, with layers of ripe fruit and nutty undertones. Bottle age has allowed for the development of added complexity, making this a delicious wine that is ready to enjoy tonight with Puglian cuisine - pasta dishes with tomato-based sauce, grilled meats and veggies such as eggplant, and aged cheeses.

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Staff Image By: Olivia Ragni | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/15/2014 | Send Email
Since my first sip of very expensive Copertino years ago, I have been searching for another solid Copertino that I can afford. My search ended a few weeks ago when I drank the Cantina Sociale Copertino. It’s incredible, I can’t believe the value of this wine. Made using the funky grape Negroamaro, this wine is full of earthy-meaty goodness, leather, spice box, plum and figs. Complex, earthy, and robust very reminiscent of my first delicious glass of Copertino.

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