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Avignonesi Poggetto di Sopra Alleanza Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2017

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 94 Points
Country:Italy
Region:Tuscany
Winery:Alliance Vinum
Grape Type:Sangiovese
Vintage:2017
Bottle Size:750 ml
Product Description

This wine is characterized by grace and elegance. The bouquet is full and ethereal of ripe fruit and cherries in alcohol accompanied by typical nuances of the Mediterranean scrub such as lavender, thyme and wild mint. On the palate it has a very large and sweet opening. The silky tannin spreads a dense texture accompanied by a warm and lively body where notes of fresh coconut and sweet spices such as cinnamon persist.

The yellow area highlighted on the label indicates where precisely the grapes came from for this vintage.


 Review:


Cherry and chocolate aromas with some hazelnut and cream. It’s full-bodied with layers of round tannins that are polished and caressing. Flavorful finish. Shows tension and focus. From organically grown grapes. Try after 2023.

-James Suckling 94 Points

Winery: Alliance Vinum

The Alliance is a group of six Nobile producers - Salcheto, Poliziano, La Braccesca, Dei, Boscarelli, and Avignonesi - all sharing the dedication to Nobile's rediscovery. The six winemakers have coordinated their respective work and each crafted a cru 100% Sangiovese Nobile specifically for this project. The Poggetto di Sopra brings out the characteristics of its environment, recalling the clay soil it lays upon. This wine is characterised by grace and elegance. The bouquet is full and ethereal of ripe fruit and cherries in alcohol accompanied by typical nuances of the Mediterranean scrub such as lavender, thyme and wild mint. On the palate it has a very large and sweet opening. The silky tannin spreads a dense texture accompanied by a warm and lively body where notes of fresh coconut and sweet spices such as cinnamon persist.

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TRAINING METHOD: Guyot, double arc
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Ottella Lugana Bianco is produced in South Benedetto di Lugana. 100% Turbiano (clonal type of Trebbiano di Lugana)

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A brief contact on the skin, stainless steel-controlled fermenting.


Intense straw yellow color with green tinges. Exotic notes, candied fruit and citrus, warm and very deep on the nose. Widespread expressive finesse; to the palate the texture is rich and persistant.

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A brief contact on the skin, stainless steel-controlled fermenting.


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