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||92 Pts Antonio Galloni - Vinous||Size:||750ML
92 Pts Antonio Galloni - Vinous
"Chiaramonte's 2008 Muro Sant'Angelo Primitivo Contrada Barbatto bursts from the glass with enticing scents of chocolate, licorice, plums, incense and sweet grilled herbs. There is plenty of varietal character in this fleshy, exuberant Primitivo. The 2008 impresses for its intense inner sweetness and perfume, not to mention its fabulous overall balance. Even with all of the richness, there is no excess heaviness at all. This seductive, expressive Primitivo should drink well for the better part of the decade. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2020."
"The Contrada Barbatto is named for the single vineyard from which the grapes come. It was
so named because of its particular soils that were so hard to work if it should rain at all that the locals would say
"varvatt o crip o schiatt", meaning that you would either drop dead or explode from toiling in that field because
the wheels of carts would sink instantly. The wine is named after the subzone where the estate is located, which
features the ancient walls surrounding the chapel of SantâAngelo built around 1100. âMuroâ means wall. An
inky, ruby hue introduces an intense bouquet of bramble, blackberry and sweet plum followed by an explosion
of ripe black fruits on the palate balanced by pronounced mine." Winemaker's Tasting Notes