The 2010 Morellino di Scansano Heba bursts from the glass with succulent dark cherries, flowers, mint and sweet spices. This racy, sexy Morellino needs to be enjoyed over the next few years while the fruit retains its juicy, forward personality. The 2010 is a great Heba, and a stunning value. Once again, the Heba is one of the very finest bargains readers will find in all of Italy. In 2010 the blend is 93% Sangiovese and 7% Syrah. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2016. ”
On the nose, Heba possesses fragrant aromas of red berries. It is fresh and expressive on the palate, with fruity flavors of red and black berries. Well-balanced and structured with smooth, sweet tannins rounding out the finish by creating a soft mouthfeel.
An excellent accompaniment to tomato-based pasta dishes and roasted white meats.
Heba was the ancient Greek name for the town of Magliano used by the Etruscans. The label depicts an Etruscan painting found in the area.