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This Reserva is from the relatively obscure wine region of Molise, just north of Puglia on the southern Adriatic coast. It is made in San Bonifacio from a blend of 70% Montepulciano, 15% Agliainico and 15% Trebbiano. Aged for 18 months in large oak barrels before a further 18 months in stainless steel tanks, the result is a surprisingly mature and interesting wine.
Nose: A fruity aroma, cherries featuring prominently, with strong cedar and clove smells coming through.
Palate: Dry with a slightly bitter cherry tang. Just enough spice to make the sweetness interesting without overpowering it. The wood of the barrels is evident but not overpowering and adds a nicely matured edge to the taste.
Finish: Surprisingly smooth with neither the spice, sweetness or the wood holding too much attention.
Overall: A complex wine whose complexity belies its age.
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