wine – 2001 Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Coparossa

In case anyone wonders what to get me for Xmas.


  • 2001 Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Coparossa – Italy, Piedmont, Langhe, Barbaresco (12/20/2013)

    Dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of tobacco, hint of roasted meat, black berries, dark plums and flowers. Flavors of black berries, plums, black raspberries and black cherries. Bright acidity, firm tannin, full bodied. Drink or hold. (93 points)

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An all stainless aging process Sangiovese; sounds like a winner and the way to enjoy a gourmet pizza.

Charles Scicolone on Wine

Friends are always recommending new pizza places to Michele and I. Recently two friends recommended the same place, one of them a wine producer from Campania, we just had to go. The name of the place is Pizzetteria Brunetti at 626 Hudson Street. The test of any pizzeria is the pizza margarita and this one was very good as were the others that we ordered.IMG_4483

With the pizza we drank a wine that I have not had before so it was two firsts for me.

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The hillside vineyards are at 200 meters above sea level, along the Orcia River. The soil has a high percentage of clay, which helps maintain water reserves from winter and spring rainfall..

The grapes are harvested in mid-September, when reaching sugar levels of 22-23 percent. Fermentation is in stainless steel tanks and lasts for about 15 days…

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