Roscioli Tasting Notes | 9 | Wine Club 2 Reds

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Brunello di Montalcino 2013, Poggiarellino

Grape: Sangiovese Grosso
Region: Montalcino (TOSCANA)
Pairings: Bone steak, game, cured meats, pork, red meat, earthy dishes
Drink by: Now - 2028+
Notes: large Slovenian oak, non-filtered
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Barbera del Monferrato Rossore 2016, Iuli

Grape: Barbera
Region:  Monferrato (PIEMONTE)
Pairings:  Quite versatile - Duck, game, roasted meats, pasta with meat sauce, medium aged cheeses.
Drink by: Now - 2023
Notes: Organic production, indigenous yeasts no fining or filtration, spontaneous fermentation, no set time but use of oak barrels.


Corinto Nero 'Nero di Munti' 2018, Caravaglio

Grape: Corinto Nero
Region: Lipari (SICILY)
Pairings: Red meat dishes ideal, a good hamburger.
Drink by: now - 2023 (but wait 6 mos if possible)
Notes: One century year-old un-grafted plants (about half a hectare), and grafted plants, organic farming, no chemicals, 1 year aging in wood and stainless, 2500 bottles produced.
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Primitivo di Manduria 2013, Attanasio

Grape: Primitivo (Zinfandel)
Region: Manduria (PUGLIA)
PairingsPasta dishes, roasted meats, blue or strong cheeses
Drink bynow - 2025 
Notes: 40-50 years old vines, temperature controlled fermentation, 12 months in oak (20% new), long macerations.
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Rosso di Montalcino 'Alberello' 2016, Fonterenza

Grape: Sangiovese Grosso
Region: Montalcino (TOSCANA)
Pairings: Game, cured meats, pork, red meat, earthy dishes with mushrooms,
Drink by:  now - 2025
Notes: Biodynamic farming, no additives, no synthetic chemicals/fertilizers, indigenous yeasts and maceration on the skins for 18 days, 11 months in big oak barrels and 13 in steel vats
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Barolo San Bernardo Riserva 2013, Palladino

Grape: Nebbiolo
Region: Serralunga d'Alba (PIEMONTE)
Pairings: Earthy dishes, truffle risotto, prime rib, brassato, hearty stews, roasted meats, quality aged Parmigiano-reggiano or Comte
Drink by: 2021 - 2035+ (patience pays off)
Notes: 36 months in large oak barrels, open this bottle hours in advance.
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