IGT Campania Rosso


90% Tintore di Tramonti and 10% Piedirosso from 3 parcels between 270-600m, planted in pergola, 1 hectare total. Vines age varies between 25-100+ years. Harvest was in late October 2015 at yields of 4,000 kg/ha (about 25hl/ha).  Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel with 15 days of maceration.  Aged in stainless steel for 3 years.  After a wide filtration, it was bottle-aged for an additional 6 months. 4,000 bottles made.

92 points
"The nose on the 2015 Monte di Grazia is incredibly fresh yet also packed with zesty bright red berry fruits, as citrus-inspired floral tones and hints of wild herbs come together, creating a lifted expression. On the palate, soft textures are contrasted by tart red and black fruits, as vibrant acids make the mouth water, giving life to spicy inner floral tones. The finish is long yet buzzing, with every and freshness, resonating on savory herbs, bright red fruits, and hints of fine tannin. This is already so easy to like, yet it will cost effortlessly for ten years or more in the cellar."
Eric Guido,
April 2020
90 points
"Based on the Amalfi coast, the Arpino family farms just under 8 acres of old, ungrafted vines, including some tintore di Tramonti, a variety with deeply-colored pulp. They ferment the tintore grapes spontaneously and age the wine in stainless steel, blending in ten percent piedirosso to make a singular wine that combines sweet red-berry flavors with wild notes of smoke and iron, the flavors all infused with striking acidity. Don’t pass up a chance to try it, if you can find one of the 4,000 bottles that were made."
Wine & Spirits
June 2021

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National Portfolio
Red blend
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