"Three hundred years ago the Moris Family left Spain to come to the Tuscan Maremma, a divine land and a land renowed for its wine: a fantasy was turning into reality. A fresh and genuine love for a still virgin land, barely touched by the cumbersome presence of man, yet rich in extraordinary natural resources whose value could be enhanced by doting hands. This love is also and especially for the wine that, in this countryside, finds its ideal environment and that for the Moris family has always been a splendid passion. The farm’s history is enclosed in this profound and wise simplicity that recalls the much mourned atmosphere of the good old things, things made with care and dedication by the people who love what have chosen to do: a simple history enshrined in every bottle that Morisfarms offers you."
‘Mild, warm, dark fruit; tannins are grippy but forgiving, balanced, moreish and good length,’ said Mark Graham of Butlers Wharf Chop House, with Caroline Catering’s Richard Brooks adding: ‘Smooth and soft, tangy style.’
Christine Parkinson of Hakkasan Group was taken with this wine’s ‘vivid black fruit, damsons, balanced crispness and length, with lovely integrated oak’. ‘Generous, deep, complex and structured,’ agreed Caroline Brangé of 28°-50° Mayfair.