2007 Passopisciaro Passopisciaro Sicily IGT

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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The just-bottled 2007 Passopisciaro is a weightless yet powerful wine redolent of sweet candied cherries, flowers, herbs and minerals. The wine reveals lovely density and purity, even if a few days of rain towards the end of the growing season in November robbed it of the intensity that informs the very finest vintages. Still, there is gorgeous purity to the fruit that insures this will be fascinating wine to follow over the coming years. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2021. Andrea Franchetti wasn’t content to just make profound wines at his Tuscan estate, Tentua di Trinoro, so he set out to replicate that success at Passopisciaro, his property on Mount Etna. These new releases are nothing less than breathtaking." (04/09)

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 By: KLF |  Review Date: 7/7/2010 
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Hmm. A nice wine, but not $30 nice to me. When there are so many barberas to be had in the 10-20 range, I think this one could easily be skipped. (BTW, not sure what this grape is, from Sicily, but not nero d avola. I would easily misguess it as barbera.)

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Varietal:

Other Red Wines

Country:

Italy

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Sicily