Daniele Ricci "Agape" 2016

Croatina / Barbera
A still red wine from the Piemonte region of Italy.

Round & elegant.

Tasting Notes

Agape 2016 from Daniele Ricci has a nice ruby colour.

On the nose it’s fruity and round. Balanced and elegant.

The mouthfeel is round and lovely with elegant, integrated tannins. On the palate the fruity note is back, juicy yet classy.

The finish is long.

Score 89

My score / points

Daniele Ricci  "Agape" 2016
Agape (2016) Review
Estate making Agape Estate Daniele Ricci
Agape (2016) Label Agape
Style of Agape Style Red & Still
Country of Daniele Ricci Country Italy
Region of Daniele Ricci Region Piemonte
Grape blend of Agape Grapes Croatina, Barbera
Vintage of Agape Vintage 2016
My review of Agape Points

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Croatina is a red Italian wine grape variety grown primarily in Lombardy’s Oltrep Pavese region and Emilia Romagna’s Province of Piacenza, but also in parts of Piedmont and Veneto. This variety is known as ‘Bonarda’ in the Oltrep Pavese, the hills of Piacenza, Cisterna d’Asti and San Damiano d’Asti, and Roero. It should not be confused, however, with the Bonarda piemontese, which is a completely different vine. It is also combined with Nebbiolo in the wines of Gattinara and Ghemme in Piedmont.

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