The nose is characterized by berry fruit, herbs and a slightly awkward briney note that recalls California’s morning marine layer. In the mouth, it delivers solid structure and medium persistent. Try with simple pasta dishes or pizza. Screwcap.
Thanks to its low price tag, this is the kind of wine you can pack for an outdoor picnic or drink at a family barbecue. It’s fresh, clean and characterized by white cherry and cassis.
A woody Carmignano that relies too much on oak for its flavors. Smells a bit like new plywood, complete with adhesive residues, and the sour cherry fruit cuts a lean profile. Tannins are bitter, like a cup of oversteeped breakfast tea. Drink soon, before the fragile fruit disappears.