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Ian D’agata is the director of the International Wine Academy, which opened in Rome in 2002 as a club and meeting place for wine lovers. He has written about wine for 25 years and is the 2007 recipient of the prestigious award for “Best Young Italian Wine Journalist.” He is the writer of all things Italy for Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar, the author of numerous volumes on Italian wines, and a regular contributor to several magazines on the subject. Research professor of enology at the University of New Mexico, D’Agata is regularly invited all over the world to lecture on wine appreciation and to organize tastings for importers and estates. Today Ian judge our two rosè and we report how it consider these one.
.2015 Murgo Etna Rosato
Bright orange-tinged pink. Stone fruit and banana on the fresh nose. Then clean and fresh with simple, straightforward flavors of spicy red berries lifted by the noteworthy, vibrant acidity. I found this to lack a little character, a rarity for Murgo wines, which are usually quite flavorful.
— Ian D’Agata 87 Ian D’Agata 2016+ Not Available Apr 2016
2012 Murgo Brut Rosé Metodo Classico Murgo
Bright copper-tinged pink. Knockout aromas and flavors of red berries, nectarine, minerals, herbs and orange peel. Creamy but with juicy verve and lovely floral lift extending the stone and citrus fruit flavors on the long back end. Outstanding; this is the best Rosato bubbly from Murgo I have memory of.
— Ian D’Agata 92 Ian D’Agata 2016 – 2020 Not Available Apr 2016