Save over 10% on this Sardinian Cannonau! The Tenores 2003 Tenute Dettori is made from 80 year-old Cannonau grapes from the small IGT designation of Romangia in northern Sardinia, a territory once occupied by the Romans.
The Tenute Dettori estate is located in Badde Nigolosu, near Sennori in the province of Sassari. The small company prides itself on its traditional methods: every aspect of the wine-making process is carried out manually by Alessandro Dettori and members of his dedicated family, without the use of chemicals or mechanization. 2003 was the most productive vintage for the Tenores Cannonau, a wine Dettori describes as, “a classic without compromise.”
Antonio Galloni recently reviewed the wine in Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, calling it a “sweet, full-bodied red, loaded with dark fruit, wild herbs, leather, spices and coffee beans.” He awarded the wine an impressive score of 94.
Now Vino is offering Tenores 2003 Tenute Dettori, first come first served, at the remarkable price of $65.00 a bottle (standard case discount does not apply to this offer).
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