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    Carignano Riserva Rocca Rubia Santadi 2012

    From: $34.90

    logosantadi-smThe Carignano del Sulcis Riserva Rocca Rubia is exciting and flashy from the very first taste. Expressive dark red fruit, flowers, spices and mint all burst from the glass. Inviting and beautifully balanced, it impresses for its pliancy and sheer exuberance. Even better, it is a fabulous wine for the money. R.Parker


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    Agricola Punica MONTESSU 2014

    From: $34.99

    montessu-fronte-squaredA Sardinian Sassicaia in the making

     

    This so-called “Sardinian Sassicaia” is made by the same people

    who brought us the legendary Tuscan red wine.

     

    GRAPE COMPOSITION
    60% Carignano – 10% Cabernet Sauvignon 
    10% Cabernet Franc – 10% Merlot – 10% Syrah


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    Agricola Punica BARRUA 2012

    From: $49.90

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    A Sardinian Sassicaia in the making

    This so-called “Sardinian Sassicaia” is made by the same people who brought us the legendary

    Tuscan red wine.

    Barrua is a blend of Carignano, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot that sees some 18 months of oak aging. This edition shows a soft and slightly jammy style with dark blackberry preserves, dried cherry, black olive and generous secondary aromas of oak spice and tobacco.

    Barrua always shows impeccable balance.

    Considering the warm vintage conditions, this edition offers that same sense of overall harmony. The wine is engineered for either near or long term drinking. It should hold for a decade.

    Robert Parker

    THE TEAM

    Agricola Punica is an undertaking between world renowned names in the winemaking business: Dr. Sebastiano Rosa (with a 40% share), Sardinian winery Cantina Sociale di Santadi (40%), Tenuta San Guido, under the direction of Marchese Nicoló Incisa della Rocchetta (10%), Santadi president Antonello Pilloni (5%), and legendary Tuscan consulting enologist Giacomo Tachis (5%).