Vigne dei Mastri Arturo 2007 Wine Review
Vigne dei Mastri Arturo 2007
Barbera d'Asti DOC, Italy
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Bottle size: 750 ml
Natalie's Score: 87/100
A supple, full-bodied red with attractive aromas of black cherries and a strong element of earthiness. Balanced and tasty, this red is definitely Old World style, meaning that earthy components, rather than fruitness lead.
Arturo food pairings: meat-lovers pizza, sausage, tomato sauce dishes.
This Vigne dei Mastri Arturo 2007 was reviewed on January 6, 2010 by Natalie MacLean
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|Produced entirely with the purest Barbera grapes, it is vinified partly in steel vats and partly in large oak casks to obtain a deep ruby-red wine with violet highlights. Its nose is typical of Barbera: plum, sour black cherry and sweet spicy aromas. To the nose and palate it is fragrant, dry, and reminds one of fresh fruit, characteristic of this vine. Solid structure, yet very drinkable, and has a noteworthy aftertaste, with very fine tannins.|
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