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Kellerei Kurtatsch
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2019 Südtirol / Alto Adige DOC "Soma", Alto Adige, Italy

Firm, somewhat fleshy-animalic aroma of blackcurrants and a little red berries with delicate smoky and iodine tones, herbal hints, paprika, some juniper and smoke. Tart, again tightly knit dark fruit, smoky and somewhat toasty wood spice with cocoa and coffee notes, a little juniper on the palate, fleshy and iodine hints, some acid bite, taut, youthful tannin, lots of power, some depth, very good, chocolaty-spicy and ethereal finish with ripe dark juice and alcohol warmth.

Best to drink: Mitte 2023 bis 2032+. What our ratings mean

Last reviewed: 18 November, 2022
Price: 23.00 €
Type: Rotwein(Red wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 14%
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: Barrique
Registration number: KK-L11622

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