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||93 Pts Monica Larner - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate||Size:||750ML
||Grenache / Garnacha
93 Pts Monica Larner - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The exceptional 2009 Tenores is 100% Cannonau that only sees cement vats and is made according to a natural wine philosophy. This is a sophisticated and articulate wine with noticeable purity in the form of cherry fruit, cassis and myrtle berry. Softer tones of crushed mineral and wet terra cotta also appear with dried herbs and licorice on the finish. Tenores will age five years or more. " Reviewed Dec 2014
Tenute Dettori - Tenores
The classic cannonau "...it is an expression of power and elegance at the
same time... it is a pure expression of the Cannonau from Sennori, with no
compromises...". Tenores comes from a cannonau vineyard that is about 80
years old, close to Tuderi, but with completely different character. The wine
sings with a different tone, like a tenor indeed. Harvested at the end of
September, the grapes are left macerating between 3 to 10 days before
being put into concrete vats for an average of 5 years.
The color is a deep garnet. The nose delivers more fruit and freshness than
Tuderi with spices like rosemary, thyme, cloves, myrtle and blue and black
berries. The mouth is fresh and alive with a medium body, with slightly
sweet notes, still with high acidity. Spicy flavors are present with cinnamon
and red berries. Tannins are smooth and very well integrated. It is a wine
that can be paired with many dishes like red and white grilled meat, mild
cheeses, and even fish (lobster for example).
Monica Larner, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate #216
Alessandro Dettori brings the natural wine philosophy back to its roots in Sardinia. Indeed, this stunning Mediterranean island with perfect grape-growing conditions boats a history of non-interventionist's winemaking that spans back to the ancients. These wines are made under the little-seen Romangia IGT appellation and Alessandro lists their place of origin (Badde Nigolosu) on the front label of each of his products.