Italian Wine Review
Piedrosso is one of my secret weapons. It’s an unknown wine from an obscure wine region in a largely ignored province in Italy. It’s also a delightful wine that all but the most rotten of souls will find elevating.
On the nose, aromas of burning rosemary bushes mingling with black fruit. Light bodied and unoaked, black olive and smoked meat flavors are held in a fresh and light framework. Anise and wildflowers follow up on the finish. Very nice.