Pog­gio Man­dorlo Le Om­bre 2010

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The nose is fruity, in­tense, el­e­gant and of­fers a fine in­ci­sive side, a fine con­cen­tra­tion, gour­man­dise as well as a beau­ti­ful grain. It re­veals notes of black­berry, wild berries and gray pep­per as­so­ci­ated with sub­tle / dis­creet hints of tobacco, Sichuan pep­per, licorice as well as a very dis­creet hint of flow­ers (in the back­ground) and un­der­growth. The palate is fruity, well­bal­anced, racy and of­fers min­er­al­ity, a good def­i­ni­tion, an acid frame, a good round­ness, a small aerial side as well as a good fresh­ness. On the palate this wine ex­presses notes of ripe black­berry, dried straw­berry and small notes of black fruits as­so­ci­ated with touches of liquorice, un­der­growth, gray pep­per as well as dis­creet touches of racy min­er­al­ity, gar­rigue, a very dis­creet hint of flow­ers, tobacco and an im­per­cep­ti­ble touch of al­mond on the fin­ish / per­sis­tence. Tan­nins are fine and (very) slightly chewy. There is an im­per­cep­ti­ble hint of salin­ity on the fin­ish / per­sis­tence. There are a hint of hazel­nut and an im­per­cep­ti­ble touch of bal­samic on the fin­ish. Fine gour­man­dise and very fine chews on the per­sis­tence.

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