Suave nose of dusty dried red fruit, sweet mushroom notes, rose petals, crushed rock, and background aglianico-like notes of liquorice and herbs. Very pretty and sweet midweight midpalate, with relatively fine tannins on the finish. This is extremely pretty, and really competes with many other high end old world pinots and sangios.
Nose extremely fragrant with a hint of VA that blew off quickly. Very red fruit profile of cherry, a bit of dried herbs, and from start to finish there is a sense of rocks and minerality, through to a drying finish. Very interesting and provocative wine.
Decanted for about 3 hours. Nose was stronger on the woodiness than the Fuedo di Mezzo. The wood seems to overpower the fruit more on this one. Tannins are a bit stronger on the Guardiola than the Fuedo di Mezzo. Nice spiciness to the black and red fruits. Long finish. Great pairing with the Coq Au Vin.
Garnet core, fading to ruby. Strawberry, cranberry, and thyme on the nose. Nice texture and flavors of red currant and strawberry. Sharp acidity and oak on the edges. Good wine but not the best bottle I've experienced from Terre Nere.
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