2016 Tenuta Delle Terre Nere Guardiola Etna Rosso

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2016 Tenuta Delle Terre Nere Guardiola Etna Rosso

Sicily, ITALY
$89.99 Bottle
  • ABV 14%
  • Closure: Cork

Other Reviews....
The 2016 Etna Rosso Guardiola offers a pure and steady presentation of varietal aromas that merge seamlessly from wild berry to ash to fragrant rose hip. Those tones are connected with delicate lacework-like complexity. The wine is silky and smooth in terms of mouthfeel, and it also offers an immediately accessible personality that means you don't need to wait too long to enjoy it. Guardiola is composed of 98% Nerello Mascalese and 2% Nerello Cappuccio. It is fermented with spontaneous yeasts and aged in a combination of barrique, tonneaux and botte grande for 18 months. Only 20% of the oak is new. Some 5,000 bottles were produced.
93+ points
Monica Larner - Wine Advocate #240 (Dec 2018)

Decadent aromas of crushed fruit, from strawberries to peaches, and then raw meat and flowers. Full-bodied, tight and linear. Yet, it’s fleshy at the same time with lots of ripe fruit, creamy tannins and a just a hint of walnuts. Drink or hold.
95 points

An up-front waft of tarry mineral leads to delicate aromas and flavors of dried thyme, orange peel and spice box, featuring ripe strawberry and cherry fruit midpalate. Medium-bodied, this is fresh and focused, with fine tannins firming the lasting finish. Should age nicely in the cellar, but this beauty will be hard to wait for. Drink now through 2028. 350 cases made.
93 points
Alison Napjus - Wine Spectator