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Saturday, 4 May 2013

Daino Suber 2009


Intriguing blend of Nero d’Avola, Grenache and Frappato hailing from Sicily. Wears the calling card of its warm vintage with a little dried fruit character and of its place with a little earth, iron and sun-baked soil. With time, a little bakewell tart cherry comes through.

The palate shows a wine at odds with its aromatic intro: light and juicy, long and smooth – a silken cravat of a wine. Concludes with a long tail of fruit, such a joy to drink. 91 – Very Good

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Tasted on:Tuesday 9th April, a Root Day
Source:Retail, 1889 Enoteca
Price: $75
Alcohol:14.5%
Closure: Cork
Website: http://www.vinidaino.it/en

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2 comments:

  1. Not sure if just me but this review seems to be crossed with the RWB Vermentino review when opening to the site.

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    1. Hi, I've checked this out across a few devices and cannot see what you refer too. Seems to relate to the relevant post this end.

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