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Castello di Titignano
Salviano Grechetto IGT 2021
95 Points
Decanter World Wine Awards
June 7, 2022
Great and rich aromas with delicate acacia, hazelnut, almond and a touch of honey notes.
Castello di Titignano
Salviano Turlo Lago di Corbara DOC 2018
89 Points
VinousMedia.com
August 19, 2021
The 2018 Turlo mixes notes of raspberry, mint leaf and hints of rose to create a fruity and inviting bouquet. It’s soft-textured and silky-smooth, with ripe red and blue berries coasting along a core of juicy acidity. Violet florals and hints of lavender linger long as this tapers off pleasantly refreshing. The Turlo, a no-frills blend of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, is geared for early consumption and ready to please.
– Eric Guido
Castello di Titignano
Salviano Orvieto Classico Superiore DOC 2019
89 Points
VinousMedia.com
August 19, 2021
A delicate bouquet of young peach and wet stone is nicely contracted by hints of sour citrus as the 2019 Orvieto Classico Superiore opens up in the glass. Ripe orchard fruits give way to a perfumed display of honeyed inner florals toward the close.
– Eric Guido
Castello di Titignano
Grechetto IGT 2019
91 Points
VinousMedia.com
August 19, 2021
The 2019 Grechetto captivates with a display of crushed stone and oyster shells, musky dried apricots and raw almonds. There are depths of silky textures here, nicely complemented by ripe apple and pear, and energizing acidity and salty minerals that saturate toward the close. This finishes with citrusy tension and a perfumed thrust of exotic florals and spice. Consider me a fan.
– Eric Guido
Castello di Titignano
Pinot Nero Rosé Umbria IGT 2020
89 Points
VinousMedia.com
June 4, 2021
Pretty rose tones, ripe apples and a hint of candied citrus lift up from the 2020 Pinot Nero Rose. This is soft in texture, with a stimulating mix of citrus and zesty acidity that builds cheek-puckering tension toward the close. It seems to sizzle through the mouthwatering finale, as lemon zest and nectarine linger long.
– Eric Guido
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