fairly good wine for this price but too fruit forward for my taste, it would appeal to those who like a pinot noir or a zinfindel.
Wine flows through the histroical veins of every corner of corner of Italy. We chose a compass rose for our label to send an invitation to experience in one bottle four dirrerent grape varietals, each typical expression of a distinct Italian region: Veneto, Abruzzo, Puglia and Sicily.
In many ways, Memoro is an uncharted territory for us: it is the first time when Piccini takes up the challenge of creating a wine as an Italian icon. The challenge was a create a wine that would not only taste Italian beyond any doubt, but would feel Italian. The project is the fruit of a long research and experimentation, testing and blending from all Italy.
Memoro truly emerged as a cuvee wine, a blend of not only different grapes of different origins in Italy, but also of different vintages: the 12 months oaked casked Montepulciano from Abruzzo, the solar Nero d’Avola from Sicily, the colder climate merlot and passito Primitivo wine from Puglia.