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The Mazzei family owns one hectare of Petit Verdot that was planted in 2007. The 2012 Effe Emme (an IGT Terre Sicilian wine) is a pure expression of the grape that offers an exceedingly plump and generous style that underlines the warm growing conditions in Sicily. Some 8,000 bottles are produced. The bouquet is focused and tight with blackberry fruit, exotic spice and crushed granite stone.

Wine Advocate
January 2016

The 2011 Effe Emme (technically an IGT Sicilia wine and named as such before the Terre Siciliane appellation was created) is Petit Verdot from limestone-rich soils in southeastern Sicily. This is a very elegant and focused wine that delivers a terrific lineup of dark fruit, spice and back mineral aromas. The overall effect is soothing and convincing, and the tannins add a steady backbone. I hope to see more Petit Verdot from Sicily.

Wine Advocate
January 2016

Aromas of graphite and spice accent the rich black cherry pâte de fruit and crème de cassis flavors, finely knit with supple tannins and notes of fig bread, smoke, bay leaf and loamy earth. Medium- to full-bodied and fresh, with an aromatic finish.

Wine Spectator
October 31, 2015

The 2013 Effe Emme (100% Petit Verdot) is a darkly extracted and vinous interpretation that exhibits thick lines of black fruit, prune and plum with toasted notes of Indian spice or liquid vanilla. This is an opulent and big wine that calls for a hearty cut of barbecued meat as a suitable food companion. Bitter chocolate and toasted espresso appear on the close.

Wine Advocate
September 2016

Dark red-ruby. Floral and spicy notes complicate blueberry aromas on the nose. Then bright dense and juicy with lively, peppery acidity nicely framing the dark cherry and berry flavors on the palate. Finishes with hints of blueberry nectar and herbs. Made with 100% Petit Verdot, this is just about as good as the variety gets in Italy; well done. The wine is not shy in its alcohol-derived power (15% alcohol) but it camouflages well thanks to a combination of sweetness, size and ripeness, not to mention very good overall balance.

September 2017
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