Frescobaldi Mormoreto - Chianti wine from Tuscany, Italy - Frescobaldi Italian wines

Another section of the estate is also bottled separately, the Mormoreto vineyard, which is planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc. It is a big, serious and richly textured wine with beautiful purity of fruit…truly worthy of the separate bottling. Mormoreto is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. This wine is aged for 24 months in 100% new barrels.
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Tasting Notes
A deep ruby announces Mormoreto, almost opaque in its concentration. The nose is ultra-complex, delivering inebriating draughts of wild blackberry, raspberry, redcurrant, dried plum, dates, and wild red berry fruit, delicately lifted by floral impressions of sweetbriar and violets. Gradually emerging to deepen the rich bouquet even further are spicier nuances of vanilla, cocoa powder, tobacco leaf, and roast espresso bean, which act as a delicious foil to pungent notes of balsam and chlorophyll. A crisp, nervy acidity complements a suite of silky tannins, and both contribute to a palate that is notable for its warmth and roundedness. A finely-balanced, leisurely progression culminates in a lengthy, subtly-aromatic finish.

Food Pairing Suggestions
Savoury cheeses, main courses of lamb, pork, kid, either baked or stewed, as well as beef stracotto.
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Ratings & Reviews
2007 Vintage
90 points – Wine Spectator, September 30, 2011

2006 Vintage
92 points – Wine Spectator, October 31, 2009

2005 Vintage
92 points – Wine Spectator, October 31, 2008

2004 Vintage
94 points – Wine Spectator, October 15, 2007
89 points – Wine Advocate #171, June 2007

2003 Vintage
90 points – Wine Spectator, October 31, 2006
88 points – Steve Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar, July/August 2007

2001 Vintage
90 points – Wine Advocate #164, April 2006
90 points – Wine Spectator, October 15, 2004

2000 Vintage
91 points – Wine Advocate #152, April 2004
88 points – Wine Spectator, October 15, 2003

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