TN: Two Marina Coppi Whites....(short/boring)

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TN: Two Marina Coppi Whites....(short/boring)

#1 Post by TomHill » June 13th, 2020, 12:45 pm

We tried these two over the last few days:
1. Vigne Marina Coppi Marine Favorita DOC: ColliTortonesi WW (13.5%; TheSortingTable/Napa; EB; Vigne Marina Coppi di Francesco Bellochio/Castellania 2012: color; very fragrant/perfumed Vermen/floral/gardenias light spicy/cardamon beautiful nose; lightly tart/tangy fairly rich/lush quite floral/gardenias/Vermen spicy/cardamon slight orangey very slight mineral/chalky beautiful flavor; very long/lingering strong floral/Vermen/floral/gardenias spicy/cardamon light chalky finish; almost as rich/lush as the Ryme Hers Vermentino but not as much fruit & more minerality; this wine has really put on weight over the last yr; a beautiful Vermentino. $42.00 (KK)
2. Vigne Marina Coppi Fausto Timorasso DOC: ColliTortonesi WW (14%) 2013: Med.dark color; beautiful very fragrant/perfumed rather Viog-like/pear/floral/Timo some mineral/perfumed talc slight smokey/petrol complex beautiful nose; lightly tart bit tangy/metallic very strong floral/gardenias/Viog-like/pear/quite Timo some mineral/petrol very complex flavor; very long/lingering lightly tart/tangy very perfumed/Viog-like/floral/pears/Timo light mineral/metallic/petrol complex finish; a beautiful expression of Timo and one of the best I can recall; at the level of the Walter Massa's. $51.50 (KK)
A wee BloodyPulpit:
1. Francesco purchased a small plot in ColliTortonesi & founded his wnry in 2003 w/ his wife Anna. Fausto was his grandfather and a legendary Italian cyclist in the '40-'50 time frame, winning the TourDeFrance several yrs. His focus is on indigenous grapes. Favorita is the Piemontese name for Vermentino. They also make a Barbera that is quite good. A name to keep your eye out for. Multiple USA importers.

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