Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot
Vineyard & Vinification Note
Exposure: Southern – Vineyard planted: 1935 – 1997- Elevation 230 – 250 metres Trellis Spurred cordon. Soil characteristics Calcareous clay rich in stony galestro
Vinification: A controlled-temperature fermentation for 25 days, followed by maceration. Ageing: In French oak.
Bottle ageing: prior to release 12 months
Dark ruby red colour tinged with decisive violet tones, expresses on the nose incredible sensations of fullness and complexity with a note of ripe berries that give sensations of chocolate and nuances of balsam. Oreno is a captivating wine, rich in structure but decisively dynamic, enhanced by the nuances of new oak and an interminable finish. Vegan.
James Suckling Tasting Note
There is a purity of fruit in this young Tuscan red, with flowers, citrus fruit and currants. Full body with firm, silky tannins that are ultra-fine and wonderfully polished. The structure builds to a racy finish. This is a Bordeaux blend that is all in harmony. Give it time: the tannins and fruit will melt together. 96 Points – November 2013
Robert Parker Tasting Note
The 2011 Oreno (Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon-Petit Verdot) shows initial ripeness with aromas of prune, dark plum and blackberry preserves. The effect is soft, rich and enduring. Chocolate and dark spice fill in the rear. This wine will appeal to those who appreciate the round and plump side of Italian reds. It is a fruit forward expression with big concentration and extraction that is further defined by the spicy oak tones that appear throughout. 92 Points – Monica Larner, September 2015
Wine Spectator Tasting Note
Though rich, this red is also vibrant, balanced and full of generous black cherry and blackberry flavours. Hints of spice and smoke add accents to the long, satisfying finish. Best from 2015 through 2025
92 points – Bruce Sanderson – October 2013
Full flavoured meats, game and roasts