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Campo di Camagi Tenuta di Trinoro 2018

Campo di Camagi Tenuta di Trinoro 2018

Tenuta di Trinoro is the eponymous flagbearer of the Trinoro estate, a rare wine, the blend of which is vintage-dependent. Cabernet Franc and Merlot tend to dominate, with varying amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot. Andrea gets particularly excited by Cabernet Franc as it enjoys the conditions here and can ripen fully - not always easy in Bordeaux. The first commercial vintage was 1997, when it was offered with Palazzi, 100% Merlot – just two wines. Both wowed the wine world by their surprising intensity, the vines being then so very young. Andrea’s high density planting and savagely restricted production put paid to the generally dilute character expected of young vine fruit.

"100% Cabernet Franc, Campo di Camagi comes from a 1.5 hectare plot planted in 1991-92 and is the oldest of the campi. In the early days, fruit from this site would have been incorporated in Le Cupole. Last year, Andrea describes this as the “most dramatic” of the campi. It certainly makes its presence felt even in embryonic form as when we tasted. To begin with, the colour is profound, bright and enticing. The nose then offers sweet summer berry fruit, layered with plump, ripe cherries, perfumed with violets. The palate is rather promiscuous in its display of vibrant berried fruit, blueberry dominant. The purity of fruit and the aromatics are such that the tannic structure – powerful – is something of a surprise. This warrants time and has considerable potential for the patient Monica Larner – 96+ Points "

  • Cabernet Franc
  • ABV 16.0%
  • Drink now / lay down
    2023 - 2032
  • Cork
  • Dry
  • Vegan


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