2010 Tenuta di Trinoro Rosso, Tuscany, Italy

2010 Tenuta di Trinoro Rosso, Tuscany, Italy

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2010 Tenuta di Trinoro Rosso, Tuscany, Italy

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The 2010 Tenuta di Trinoro comes across as quite understated in this vintage. Dark cherries, plums, espresso and licorice are some of the nuances that take shape in the glass. Despite the mid-weight structure of the fruit, there is absolutely no sign of the 100% new oak barrels. It should drink well early. In 2010 the Tenuta is 70% Cabernet Franc and 30% Petit Verdot. The wine spent just five months in oak prior to being prepared for bottling.
Antonio Galloni - vinousmedia.com - Jun 2012

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Antonio Galloni, Vinous
Wine Advocate92/100
Antonio Galloni, Vinous
The 2010 Tenuta di Trinoro comes across as quite understated in this vintage. Dark cherries, plums, espresso and licorice are some of the nuances that take shape in the glass. Despite the mid-weight structure of the fruit, there is absolutely no sign of the 100% new oak barrels. It should drink well early. In 2010 the Tenuta is 70% Cabernet Franc and 30% Petit Verdot. The wine spent just five months in oak prior to being prepared for bottling.
Antonio Galloni - vinousmedia.com - Jun 2012 Read more
Wine Advocate92/100
The 2010 Tenuta di Trinoro comes across as quite understated in this vintage. Dark cherries, plums, espresso and licorice are some of the nuances that take shape in the glass. Despite the mid-weight structure of the fruit, there is absolutely no sign of the 100% new oak barrels. It should drink well early. In 2010 the Tenuta is 70% Cabernet Franc and 30% Petit Verdot. The wine spent just five months in oak prior to being prepared for bottling. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2020.
Antonio Galloni - 30/06/2012 Read more

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