2015 San Marzano Anniversario 62 DOP Riserva

2015 San Marzano Anniversario 62 DOP Riserva

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98 Points - Luca Maroni & 1st Greatest Wine of Italy 2019
Italian Wine Guide 2018

Tech stuff

14.5
Puglia
2015
Cork
Cellar to 2033
750ml

How's it taste?

Fragrant jammy aromas of dark fruit with hints of tabacco and dried herbs on the nose. The palate is full-bodied with bright fruit characters up front followed by hints of coffee, liquorice and sweet vanilla oak. Fine tannins result in a long, silky, decadent wine.

How was it made?

In 1962, 19 winemakers, determined to demonstrate the high potential of wines from Salento, founded “Cantine San Marzano”. A long time has passed since then, yet their old vines still produce rare and precious grapes. Our job is to pick and enhance them, with a pinch of experience and a handful of innovation. The result is this intense, elegant Primitivo that ages well.

Who made it?

San Marzano is a small village in the centre of the Primitivo di Manduria DOC region, a strip of land kissed by the two seas of the Salento: the Ionian and the Adriatic. In 1962 the DOC appellation did not yet exist. Even so, 19 winemakers came together to follow a dream and founded Cantine San Marzano. However, it wasn't until 1996 and the introduction of a new bottling plant that San Marzano wines could move from commodity to brand. With the growth of the brand and company, San Marzano set themselves a goal: 'To make a wine just like the one our fathers did and make it original and contemporary.' This was to be the Sessantanni Primitivo di Manduria DOP, one of the iconic labels of the company, and one which embodies the essence of the San Marzano philosophy. Today the collective continues to flourish with the aquisition of new vineyards and opportunities to explore.

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