Coppo Canelli

Piemonte, Italy
Piero Coppo founded the Coppo winery in 1892 in the town of Canelli, located in Piedmont, Italy. Canelli is widely recognized as the undisputed capital of Moscato wines—Italy’s famous sweet sparkling wine (also known as Muscat). Although the region grew to fame as a result of Moscato, Asti is also rich in Barbera—a bold, native red grape. Barbera flourishes in the areas of Monferrato and Langa, and because of this unique terroir, the D.O.C Barbera d’Asti is now one of the finest wine classifications in all of Italy. The Coppo family produces 3 distinct Barbera wines today—L’Avvocata, Camp du Rouss, and the award winning Pomorosso.

Coppo winery has received the Tre Bicchieri award numerous times for Pomorosso (1990,1999,2001,2003,2004,2005,2007) and for Monteriolo Chardonnay: 2005,2006.

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Moncalvina Moscato d’Asti DOCG 2011

100% Moscato Bianco di Canelli. Minimal aging results in a bright yellow color with pale golden hues and a fine perlage. The bouquet is refreshing and delicate with aromas of peach, pear and the textbook citrus blossom, typical of Moscato. Moncalvina is an elegant, slightly sweet and sparkling wine. Captivating and fun to drink, Moncalvina is recommended with light pastries, Panettone (Italian Christmas cake) or simply on its own.
87 points: Wine Spectator (2011 vintage)
88 points: Robert Parker (2010 vintage)

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La Rocca Gavi DOCG 2011

100% Cortese. La Rocca is pale yellow in color with subtle greenish reflections. It is fresh and delicate on the nose with hints of citrus. On the palate, it is crisp, light, and dry with balanced acidity and a delicate finish. Recommended with antipasti, salads, vegetable based soups, seafood, and lightly grilled white meats.
90 points: Wine Spectator (2010 vintage)
89 points: Robert Parker (2010 vintage)

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L’Avvocata Barbera d’Asti DOCG 2011

100% Barbera d’Asti. Ruby red in color, L’Avvocata offers Barbera’s typical intense aromas of ripened cherry and strawberry. Round, full-bodied and balanced with a spicy finish of cola and ripe berries. L’Avvocata is a great choice for rich pasta with meat sauces, roast beef, kebabs, ribs and aged cheeses.
88 points: Wine Spectator (2009 vintage)
88 points: Robert Parker (2008, 2009, 2010 vintages)

Pomorosso Barbera d’Asti DOCG 2009

100% Barbera d’Asti. The wine offers a ruby-red colour tending to garnet, a typical odour of violets and a balanced and elegant flavour. This wine makes a fine accompaniment for structured first courses, and roasted or stewed meats.
90 points: Wine Spectator (2008 vintage)
93 points: Robert Parker (2008 vintage)

Riserva Della Famiglia Barbera D’Asti DOC 2005

100% Barbera d’Asti. Deep ruby in color. Elegant balsamic, thyme and wild berries bouquet. Offers loads of smoky oak and ripe plum aromas, with a dark chocolate undertone. Full-bodied, with velvety tannins and rich flavors of toasty oak, coffee and milk chocolate, followed by a fruity finish. This shows wonderful, opulent fruit for an aged Barbera.
91 points: Wine Spectator (2003 vintage)
90 points: Robert Parker (2003 vintage)