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Remarkably light in colour and body, this has pleasingly dense aromas of strawberry, raspberry, cherry, earth, baking spice, and black pepper, with notions of florality and some smokiness hovering about. The production allows the Nerello varietal to speak for itself without the weight of wood or artifice, but there's a basic roughness to it that comes through on the palate, especially with the fruit thinning out. But what's more distinct on the palate is the electric acidity -- too much of it, and this could use some time to calm down a bit. Still, an interesting diversion at the very least.