Fattoria Mancini - Pesaro

Tasted February 2, 2017 by quaglia with 135 views

Introduction

Mancini owns maybe the most pictoresque and panoramic vineyard in Italy.
Apart from this, his limited production (12 ha in total) is based on Pinot noir, introduced in this area by the napoleonic army.
New vines are now 12 - 15 YO

Flight 1 (5 notes)

White
2015 Fattoria Mancini Colli Pesaresi Roncaglia Italy, Marche, Colli Pesaresi
82 points
Light, brilliant golden yellow.
Intense, complex and fine at nose: ANISE and almonds, together with a sweet, honeyed, chamomile note. Salty hints.
Dry, alcoholic. Good acidity and a evident minerality, leading to the finish.
Harsh side sufficiently balanced by the alcohol level.
Steel only. 5 - 20% Pinot noir.
White
2015 Fattoria Mancini Colli Pesaresi Impero Italy, Marche, Colli Pesaresi
85 points
Light golden yellow, with a good consistence.
Intense, complex and fine at nose. Wood notes at the beginning: Vanilla, wet wood and fumè clues; then sweet notes: sunflower's honey, acacia flowers. Alcohol and mineral hints.
Dry, alcoholic (13,5%), rounded. Intense and persistent. good body. Nice acidity and minerality, well balanced by alcohol and structure.
Red
2015 Fattoria Mancini Pinot Noir Focara Italy, Marche, Colli Pesaresi
87 points
Ruby red, with violet rim. Consistent.
Intense, complex and very fine at nose: A roses' bouquet, with a basket of chewy red fruits: cherries and plum. A clue of tobacco.
Dry and rounded. Good acidity and minerality, with tannins still a bit dusty for youngness, but showing a full taste of fruit and flowers. Good body. 13%
Red
2015 Fattoria Mancini Sangiovese Colli Pesaresi Italy, Marche, Colli Pesaresi
82 points
Ruby red, with pinkysh rim. Medium consistent.
Intense, complex and fine at nose: red fruits and flowers.
Dry, good acidity. Smooth tannins, but alive.
Intense, persistent and fine. Young.
Red
2015 Fattoria Mancini Sangiovese Rive Italy, Marche, Colli Pesaresi
86 points
Bright ruby red.
Fine and complex nose: red fruits (plum) and mild spices (vanilla).
Dry, alcoholic (14,5%), rounded. Good acidity and young barrel's tannins still to evolve.
Intense, persistent and fine. Coffee and tamarind hints.
Well balanced, also if too young. Will get better.
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