The Omniboire

Wines in Order of Rank, High to Low:

2001 “Rubrato dei Feudi di San Gregorio,” Iripinia Aglianico IGT, Campania  $20.99
Tannic but elegant; needs time and food


2004 Dievole “Fourplay” No1 IGT, Sicily  $10.99
Cherry fruit with herbs and minerals (all stainless)    


2003 Liveli “Pezzo Morgana” Salice Salentino DOC, Puglia $19.99
Violets and roasted fruits       


1998 Librandi “Gravello” Rosso Val di Nieto IGT, Calabria $26.99
Asphalt, tar, “unusual” flavors with long finish

Antica Masseria “Sigillo Primo” Primitivo IGT, Salento (Apulia)  $14.99
Rustic and brambly with licorice and smoke


2002 Agriolas “Costera” Isola dei Nuraghi IGT, Sardinia  $14.99
Tobacco and leather with stewed fruits

2003 Enzo di Sette Rue Nero d’Avola IGT, Sicilia $11.99
Light berry with caramel and vanilla


= Exceptional, snap it up

= Extremely good, seek it out

= Good, some outstanding qualities 

= Good, but consider price


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