Yep.Very interesting, Jim! When I saw the photo of the wine that is second to left, I wondered why it looks like a red wine. After seeing your description, I still wonder. Is it that the bottle is dark green or dark brown, which makes the orange wine look just as dark as the red wines?
Good catch. I found that wine to be quite enjoyable, too, just not quite up to the standard of the Chianti, Brunello, and Montepulciano. It was fairly soft and "chewy" but a bit tannic. Will improve with age. It is a blend of Bovale and Cannonau, which the leader says is really Grenache.You didn't mention the Argiolas Korem. Good? Bad? In between?
Could you post a picture of the label?Friends gave me a bottle of Italian red wine and I can't find anything about it, though I didn't look very hard. Everything on the label is in Italian and I haven't taken the time to run it through a translator. The one detail I have determined is that it's a non-vintage wine. I remember having only one still wine that is non-vintage and that was decades ago, so that alone makes it interesting.
First, I'll run the information on the label through a translator and I'll also look harder for information about the wine. If doing that still leaves us guessing, I'll post a photo. However, the front label has only one word, Guido. The rear label indicates Platinetti Guido. Nothing else helpful on the rear other than the alcohol by volume (13.5%). The stuff written in Italian is on a side label, and that position is certainly rare and interesting in itself.Could you post a picture of the label?