2010 Feudi di San Gregorio "Piano Montevergine" Taurasi Riserva

SKU #1256541 95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2010 Taurasi Riserva Piano di Montevergine is a standout wine that excels on all fronts. The bouquet delivers an enormous level of harmony and intensity with well-articulated tones of spice, dark fruit, pressed blackberry, clove, cola and balsam herb. Nuanced mineral notes stand out very nicely and render a great sense of definition and focus. Equally impressive is the mouthfeel that moves over the palate with determination and elegance. The tannins are finessed, silky but extra firm. Thanks to the balanced acidity and its natural structure, this wine promises long cellar aging potential. It should evolve over the next 20 years. (ML)  (4/2015)

93 points Wine Enthusiast

 *Cellar Selection* Mature black-skinned berry, ripe plum, menthol, leather and tobacco are just some of the aromas that emerge on this full-bodied red. The firm, spicy palate delivers dried black cherry, blackberry, ground pepper, clove, espresso and licorice alongside a backbone of youthfully assertive but refined tannins. Give it time to fully develop. Drink 2020–2035.  (3/2016)

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