The Nals Margreid 2013 Rieser St. Magdalener Red (Alto Adige) wine is of the Red Blend variety from Italy, produced within the Rieser St. Magdalener vineyard in the Northeastern Italy province. The cost is $19. This wine has a score of 71/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a wine that is still young. The fruit is still firmly rooted, with minerality and bright acidity. The balance, especially the acidity, is still key to the wine’s potential. Drink from 2016.
Pungent and vegetal, it is a brisk wine. The fruit is still developing. The cherry and cassis flavors should come through the base of the wine. Drink from 2018.
This is a round, smooth and fruity wine. It has a light texture with a smooth texture. The acidity is already present and the fruit is ready to drink. Firm, juicy fruits give a wine that is ready to drink.
The Marquis grape is made from the highest-elevation vines in the appellation. It is dark, dense and concentrated, showing the diversity of the region. With great acidity and good acidity, it is ready for general consumption.
The reserve’s name is derived from the Sagrantino’s classic red fruit, the white wine that makes up the bulk of the fruit. This is a densely structured wine, dense and concentrated with a strong, dry core of acidity. It will need time to open up, so wait until 2015.
This is a fragrant but very fresh wine that is already showing its potential. The fruit is still young and needs time to develop. It is a powerful wine, full of red berries and a tight core of acidity. It will develop while the fruit is at the peak. Drink from 2017.
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