Lucchetti Lacrima Di Morro D'alba 2011, Doc

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Marche, Italy

$14.75 (310094)

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Made 100% with the Lacrima di Morro grape that grows almost exclusively in the area of Morro d’Alba, this deep-purple wine offers up attractive mulberry, blueberry, spiced plum and smoke aromas. It’s soft, round and inviting with a pleasantly smooth texture and a gently smoky, fruit-filled finish. Pair with tourtière or rabbit pie. (VINTAGES panel, Jan. 2013)

86 pts
5
March 02, 2013

Critic Reviews (3)

Sara d'Amato
Sara d'Amato

A perfumed, sensual, modern lacrima from Alba with loads of obvious appeal. Oak is a touch heavy handed and there...

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

Lacrima de Morro d'Alba is from Marche on the Adriatic (not related to the town/region of Alba in Piedmont. This is a...

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John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

Outrageously aromatic, as is typical for the rare Lacrima grape from Morro d'Alba, but there's also a sense here of...

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Community Reviews (2)

urotsukidoji
urotsukidoji

Wine Align needs a rating below 75 (which is supposed to be average). This tasted like somebody vomited cheap flowery woman’s perfume. Drain pour city.

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Philip Coville
Philip Coville

I agree with the need for a poor rating. Wine might be for enthusiasts only. Only after a couple of days did the Aunt Judy smell depart, and the wine was somewhat palatable with a hard romano cheese.

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