Campo alla Casa - Fresh white, lovely young but even better with 12-18months (60% Vermentino & 40% Sauvignon Blanc). This is the field "campo" of the house "casa", i.e. from land around the house.
Poggio al Moro - Main (in volume) red from the above varieties.
Montepergoli - The flagship, not always made.
I was lucky enough to host a Lunch with Enrico (yes at Zucca!!). We tasted/drank:
Campo alla Casa 2010 - Fresh with a lovely textured edge coming in, richness arrived as the wine warmed up in glass, lemon and lime but with a waxy texture...nice.
Poggio al Moro 2009 - I have this wine quite often, it is luscious, rich but with black fruit freshness, very approachable due to the ripeness, a seriously enjoyable glass of wine, a drinker at home, often.
Montepergoli 2006 - Along with the above the last of the current releases, this is rich and dark but with an inviting structure, best in 3-4 years but enjoyable decanted now.
Montepergoli 2000 - Fresh, red fruited and juicy, amazing for a very first wine, lovely now.
Montepergoli 2001 - The 2001 is a more savoury, gamey and ultimately serious wine with a good structure still showing. If this (and the 2000) is how the two first vintages have come along then the estate is on the right track.
I certainly enjoy helping put by buying and selling these wines.