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||93 Pts Luca Maroni - Annuario dei Migliori Vini Italiani||Size:||750ML
||Corvina, Primitivo, Nero D'avola
93 Pts Luca Maroni - Annuario dei Migliori Vini Italiani
(Consistency: 32, Balance: 30, Integrity: 31): "For years, Tinazzi has given us wines with fruit and now tends to make them more and more prominently. But this year in his glass of pleasantness, of analytical and sensory quality, there is just an explosion. ... The Opera No. 3 Vinum Italicum 2005 has majestic concentration and smoothness, and is full of vivid, untarnished, black force." Italy's Best Wines of 2016
Tinazzi is a family-owned and operated estate based in Verona, near Lake Garda. Starting in the 1960s with vineyards in Valpolicella and Bardolino, the family has since acquired land in Puglia, where it grows Primitivo, among others.
Though they have a standard portfolio, with wines ranging from Amarone to Primitivo di Manduria, they have released a blend that celebrates Italy, north to south, and Sicily, too.
Earning 93 Points from leading Italian wine critic Luca Maroni, and a place in Italy's Best Wines of 2016, this surprising blend is an Italian tour de force.