Reply to "Favorite Italians of 2003"

Well I have had a few good ones.

Tuscany:
1999, 2000 and 2001(barrel) Petrolo Galatrona
1999 & 2000 Solengo
1997 Tignanello
1995 & 1999 Castello di Ama L'Apparita (at winery)
1990 Sammarco
1997 Ciacci Pianrosso BdM
1988 Fontalloro
1997 Flacienello
1997 Cepparello
1997 Rodano Mona Claudia
1999 Tua Rita Redigeffi
1997 Percarlo
a 7 year vertical of Il Carbonaione (at winery)
2000 Il Tagliato Balze D'Istrice (at winery)
1997 Villa Cafaggio Cortacio
1996 Mauro Vanucci Carminagno
1998 (at winery) & 1999 Il Carnasciale Il Caberlot
1999 Capanelle 50/50 (at winery)

Umbria:
1999 & 2000 Lambourghini Campoleone
1997 Alnardo Caprai Sagrantino dM 25 Anni
1997 Colpertone Sagantino dM
2000 Palazzone Armaleo

Campania:
1997 & 1999 Montevetrano

Veneto:
1995 Dal Forno Valpo Sup.
1993 Dal Forno Amarone
1997 Bussola Alto TB Amarone

Piemonte:
1997 Giacomo Bologna Braida Ai Suma Barbera
1999 Spinetta Gallina Barbera
2000 Spinetta Barbera Superiore
1990 Poalo Scavino Bric del Fiasc
1998 Sandrone Le Vigne Barolo
1990 Bruno Giacosa Felleto Barolo
1990 Bruno Giacosa Villero Reserva Barolo
1996 Bruno Giacosa Asili Reserva Barbaresco


Other:
1996 San Leonardo Vallagarina
1999 Donnafugata Mille Una Notte
2000 Foradoro Granato
1997 Duca di Salaparuto Duca Enrico
2000 Morgante Don Antonio
2001 San Michelle Appiano Savignon Blanc & Gewurtz.

And I am sure I missed a few. Good year for Italy looking back! Ah VinItaly in April!!!

Enoselsa

"This wine is too good for toast-drinking, my dear. You don't want to mix emotions up with a wine like that. You lose the taste."
Ernest Hemmingway - The Sun Also Rises
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