#29 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2019
The wine traces its roots to an ancient water spring that was a stop-over for all those pilgrims and wayfarers who were travelling along the Aurelia Street, hence the name Zingari (Gipsies), and could seek refreshment by resting nearby its crystal clear waters
Highly concentrated ruby color, which introduces the Mediterranean aromatic notes of this wine.
Soft and full-bodied in mouth, it has a fresh flavor with good acidity and a structure with balsamic and mineral notes that make Zingari pleasant and interesting.
Wine Spectator 93 Points
James Suckling 93 Points