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(2014) No oak for this bottling of Merlot, and a really sweet, jammy nose showing just a touch of tomato leaf, but it remains creamy and up-front. On the palate there is a slightly dry quality to the fruit and tannins. It finishes with a slightly disjointed character, but is pleasantly savoury.
(2011) Very quaffable and an ultimate tomatoey pasta basher.
(2011) Filling the mouth with glugging, creamy red fruits and a soft finish.
(2010) There aren't nearly so many red wines around at low alcohol levels. This 9.5% partner to the white above has pleasant, light, slightly floral aromas with a touch of cherry and red plum. On the palate a light-bodied, but smooth textured wine. Quite a bit of sweetness here that makes it easy to sip, with soft strawberry fruitiness and a lightweight touch of tannin. Not complex but quaffable.
(2009) Corvina 60%, Rondinella 30%, other local grapes 10%. Dusty, very slightly vegetal and green notes, with cherry fruit. Fruity, red fruits and cherry palate, dry, but slightly anonymous. Nice savoury tannin and acidity, with a hint of spice though a slightly harsh finish.
(2001) Decent black fruit on the nose, but fairly straightforward. The palate is pleasant enough, but a bit lifeless.
(2001) Pasqua do a light, refreshing Chardonnay at this same low price that Ive enjoyed in the past. This has a light cream and cherry-fruited nose. The palate has modest fruit, but is well-balanced, with juicy acidity, some tannins and a cherryish quality. This would make a fine glugging wine for pasta or pizza.
(2000) This is bright and fragrant with cherry, flowers and liquorice. The palate is fresh, with highish acidity, but good depth of rounded berry fruit.
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