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Delicious wine with dark fruits, minerals and flowers. Like a top cru Beaujolais. Transparency in fruit. Full body, bright finish. No wood. Lovin' it. Second year. A blend of barbera and garnacha. All dry farmed. Drink it!

James Suckling
15-Jul

The wine is co-fermented without added yeast, the fruit combining in a delicate yet vibrant wine. Its red berry and spice flavors expand in the finish, filling it with freshness. Grown in Caliboro, it's a wine to drink in summer; by the liter.

Wine & Spirits
February 2015

I found the 2014 Erasmo Barbera Garnacha much better than the 2013 vintage, which was very ripe. The blend is 48% Garnacha and 32% Barbera, but there's also 12% Cariena and 8% Alicante Bouschet. It was bottled unoaked and it's a fresh and fruit-driven, approachable red blend for people that have their first introduction to wine. It's supple and juicy, very pleasant. A perfect summer wine.

Wine Advocate
December 2015

The wine's deep purple hue sets you up for a wine with intensity and concentration. Fresh, fruity aromas of dark fruits and tart cherry are youthful and vibrant. In your mouth, the wine is dry and medium-bodied but substantial, with enlivening, edgy acidity and a moderate amount of spicy tannin; flavors suggest raspberry, plum, cassis, and wild berries. The wine has persistent depth on the palate, and its flavors carry long, to a spicy and fruity finish. This wine exudes richness of fresh fruit, spiciness and terrific energy.

Wine Review Online
October 2015

Conte Francesco Marone Cinzano, owner of Col d’Orcia in Montalcino, fell in love with the rustic hills of Caliboro, in the heart of Maule. He bought land there in 1995 and planted cabernet, merlot and cabernet franc for his main cuvée, Erasmo. Given the warm conditions of the area, he also decided to grow some garnacha, barbera, carignan and alicante, which he now uses for this refreshing and lively red, filled with red cherry and strawberry flavors. The texture feels tight but without any hint of astringency. Pour it with smoked pork chops.

Wine & Spirits
February 2017
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