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The Italian Sommelier Foundation, through its publishing branch, has drawn up the history, the territory, the wines with the relative evaluation and the combination with the food of over 2,200 Italian wineries.

Wines rated 91/100 upwards were assigned the following:

5 Bunches, the evaluation of Excellence.

5 GRAPPOLI 2021
a Campoleone 2017

5 GRAPPOLI 2020
a Campoleone 2016

5 GRAPPOLI 2015
a Campoleone 2015

Duemilavini Guide 2015
2012 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 3 bunches

Duemilavini Guide 2015
2012 Era Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 4 bunches

Duemilavini Guide 2015
2011 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 4 bunches
Intense ruby. A well-defined balsamic sensation accompanies notes of humus, withered flowers, blackberry jam. Balanced, warm and fresh, well-made and well-balanced tannins

Duemilavini Guide 2015
2011 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 5 bunches
Concentrated ruby ​​with a bright purplish edge. Inviting and complex bouquet: mulberry jam, cinchona, licorice and cocoa, a light balsamic touch. Precious tannins, solid but round, are decidedly well integrated with the noble and rich structure. Long juicy persistence.

Duemilavini Guide 2014
2011 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 3 bunches

Duemilavini Guide 2014
2011 Era Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 3 bunches

Duemilavini Guide 2014
2010 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 4 bunches
Tones of undergrowth, humus, blueberries and balsamic scents that return to the palate accompanying its broad savory and persistent personality

Duemilavini Guide 2014
2010 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 5 bunches
Extraordinary, deep on iron tones, china, wet earth, black cherries, myrtle and lavender. Structured sip, consistent with the nose, with fine, mature and powerful tannins. Truly infinite persistence on mineral and lavender notes

Duemilavini 2013 Guide
2010 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 3 bunches
Ruby. Floral bouquet pervaded by a fruity vein and a trail of nutmeg, juniper and pepper. Fresh, fairly soft and rightly tannic. 4 months in large barrels.

Duemilavini 2013 Guide
2010 Era Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 3 bunches
Ruby. Notes of cooked plum, undergrowth and blueberries follow one another on the nose. Upon tasting, a good structure emerges characterized by freshness and fine tannins. 6 months in tonneau.

Duemilavini 2013 Guide
2009 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 4 bunches
Dense ruby. Ample balsamic breath on the nose, then emerge blueberry jam, leather and humus. Freshness and tannins in the mouth, well balanced by the right alcohol content. 10 months in barrique.

Duemilavini 2012 Guide
2009 Era Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 3 bunches
Ruby with incipient garnet nuances. Intriguing sensations of humus, dry leaves and tanned leather alternate with sweet notes of morello cherry and gusts of black pepper and nutmeg. Warm and compact in tannins, it has a long spicy finish, 6 months in Allier and Nevers tonneau. Fiorentina

Duemilavini 2012 Guide
2009 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 3 bunches
Vivid ruby. Splendid attack of wild violets, assisted by immediate sensations of ripe cherry, leather, black pepper and sweet tobacco. Sapid and well finished, it closes with a warm spicy trail. 4 months in 50 hl Slavonian oak barrels. Lamb in the oven

Duemilavini 2012 Guide
2008 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 5 bunches
Splendid ruby ​​red, concentrated and consistent. It features an elegant and very intense, ample and sweet olfactory system of black cherry, currant, dried violet, vanilla, blond tobacco, cinnamon, leather and ink, with a very fine finish of black pepper. The taste is soft, with a still lively freshness and a delicious tannic mass. The structure is rich, balanced: it releases a long and dense persistence of aromatic memories. There is one year left in Allier and Nevers barriques and one year in bottle. Veal shank in the oven

Duemilavini 2012 Guide
2008 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT – evaluation of 4 bunches
Intense and velvety ruby. Wide, intense olfactory panorama of blackberry jam, currant jelly, juniper berry streaked with soft hints of licorice and eucalyptus. Caress the palate with a soft and warm embrace; it is cohesive and balanced in tannins, with a long persistence. Closes with fine returns of cinchona bark. 10 months in Allier and Nevers barriques. Stewed wild boar

The Wines of Veronelli 2015
2011 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – “Three Blue Stars” 93 points

The Wines of Veronelli 2014
2011 Era Rosso Umbria IGT – “Super Three Stars”

Gambero Rosso Wines of Italy 2014
2010 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT
evaluation 2 red glasses

James Suckling – March 2015
2011 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 93
Very pretty fruit to this medium- to full-bodied wine, with shaved chocolate and hazelnuts. It’s full-bodied, soft and dusty-textured, with a long, flavorful finish. Lovely drinkability to this wine. Drink or hold.

James Suckling – October 2015
2012 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 91
A fresh, clean red with dried-berry, cedar and sweet-tobacco aromas and flavors. Medium body, fine tannins and a crisp finish. Drink or hold.

James Suckling – October 2015
2012 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 91
Dried-berry, stone and lemon-rind aromas and flavors to this. Medium to full body, firm tannins and a fresh finish. Made from montepulciano. Drink now.

James Suckling – October 2015
2012 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 93
Aromas of stones, mineral and dark fruits follow through to a full body, firm yet silky tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Better in two or three years when it softens: Try in 2017.

James Suckling – October 2015
2013 Era Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 91
A lively, richly flavored sangiovese with chocolate, spice and berry aromas and flavors. Medium to full body, firm tannins and a fresh finish. Drink now.

James Suckling – April 2014
2010 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 91
A generous blend of sangivoese, cabernet sauvignon and montipulciano. It’s full-bodied, with round, silky tannins and lots of juicy fruit. Chocolate shavings as well in the aftertaste. Better in 2015 but so delicious now

James Suckling – April 2014
2008 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 91
A beautiful red to drink now with a subtle character of milk chocolate, currants and hazelnuts, plus hints of sour cherries. Medium to full body with fine tannins and a fresh finish. Very close in character to the excellent 2007. Drink or hold

James Suckling – April 2014
2011 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 90
I like the tension and character to this red, with berry, blanched-almond and milk-chocolate character. Medium to full body, firm tannins and a spicy finish. Drink now or hold. Better in 2015.

James Suckling – April 2014
2010 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT – Score 95
This reminds me of the stupendous 1997 with fabulous aromas of ripe, dark fruits, spices and milk chocolate. Loads of currants, too, but also a wonderful floral character. It’s full-bodied, with super-velvety tannins and a lots of ripe fruits. It goes on for minutes. Needs at least two or three years to soften but try decanting it a couple hours before if you like vibrant fruit. Made from half sangiovese and half merlot.

The Wine Advocate – August 2013
2010 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT
Score 94/100

The 2010 Campoleone is the best I have tasted thus far. This blended Umbrian red (50-50 Sangiovese and Merlot) opens with an inky black color and extreme elegance that hits at the very core. Shapely fruit tones of blackberry and dried cherry are enhanced by balsam herb, licorice, sweet spice, tobacco, forest floor and flower potpourri. The close is soft, long lasting and ripe. I look forward to revisiting this wine in six or seven years when it has completed its evolution. Drink: 2015-2024.

The Wine Advocate – August 2013
2010 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT
Score 92/100

The Wine Advocate – August 2013
2011 Era Rosso Umbria IGT
Score 90/100

The Wine Advocate – August 2013
2011 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT
Score 88/100

The wine advocate, Issue 195 30/06/2011
2008 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT
score 88/100

Tobacco, underbrush and mint add complexity to the floral-tinged fruit.

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