As an UNTI Segromigno buyer, we are offering you first pick of our 2018 Lot 1 Vintage, before our general announcement.
Segromigno, our difficult-to-say Central-Italian-style blend, has always leaned toward Tuscany since Sangiovese was the primary component. Our 2018 Segromigno Lot 1 represents the first vintage where Montepulciano takes the lead, making it more like the up and coming DOC called Rosso Piceno from Italy's Le Marche region.
Rosso Piceno wines must be composed of Montepulciano (35 to 85%) and Sangiovese (15 to 50%). The most compelling of these carry the "Superiore" designation as they come from the 13 most southern towns of Le Marche called Rosso Piceno Superiore.
If this '18 Segromigno is any indication, you can add Dry Creek Valley to the list of towns making a superior blend of Montepulciano and Sangiovese. Jason and I felt great about this blend initially, but became really excited when we got high fives from the resident Rosso Piceno expert, George. It is more full-bodied and structured than any previous Segromigno vintage with the classic fruit and balance you've come to love about this wine. While it is showing well now, this 2018 Segro should age beautifully over the next 5 to 6 years. -MJU
2018 Segromigno (Lot 1)
$35 / btl Mix-and-match any 6+ bottles for 10% off
Any 12+ for 20%
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2017 SYRAH - LAST CHANCE!
Wine Spectator 91 Points
“An appealing racy quality lends oomph to the refined cherry and berry notes. Accents of smoke and cracked pepper build toward an expansive finish. Drink now through 2027."
-Wine Spectator October 2020