Tasting note Tenute di Giulio Keri
Full red in color, something evolution; aromatic of smell, fine spicy with jam-like fruit. Tasteful and round of inset, ending with an aromatic and fresh aftertaste.
The small wine region Molise is located in a remote corner of southern Italy, is mainly known locally and offers you a series of special wines from the brothers Enrico and Pasquale di Giuili. On their Tenuta di Giulio and Borgo di Colloredo they make beautiful qualities that are waiting for discovery. Like the Keri, made from 85% aglianico and 15% syrah grapes that are late harvested in the second half of October. Part of the wine ripens for 6 months in large barrels and in stainless steel tanks. Aglianico is usually inaccessible and stiff, but Enrico knows how to make a full, soft red wine by harvesting late and very ripe. This is a special red wine, not commonplace, and very appealing.