Coppo’s scores 2022:
Falstaff Trophy Nizza DOCG awarded Coppo Nizza Bric del Marchese 2019 (91 pt.) and Coppo Nizza Pomorosso 2019 (92 pt.) More here and here. By Falstaff Magazine.
New Coppo review from Decanter (Nov. 2022) about Moscato d’Asti Canelli Moncalviina 2021. “Beautiful nose, with deep orchard fruit (apple, peach, pear) and a nutty, savoury lining (toasted almonds, bread dough). This same complexity is echoed on the palate, with red apple peel, peach, apple pie, almonds croissant and wildflower honey. Balanced sweetness, offset by that savoury edge. A great companion to cheese and creamy mushroom dishes. Alc 5%”. More online.
New Coppo Scores from Vinous, by Antonio Galloni (Oct 2022):
“Coppo is best known for its Barberas. The family has had an uneven track record with Barolo, but I have to say I was quite impressed white these two 2018s.”
Barolo Cellar Selection 2018 (94 pt.)
“The 2018 Barolo Cellar Selection is one of the best Barolos I have dated from Coppo, maybe the best. It presents an exotic mélange of spice, orange peel, macerated cherry, leather, cedar and sweet pipe tobacco, with terrific freshness and plenty of nuances. This mid-weight, beautifully perfumed Barolo is all class. Impressive.”
Barolo 2018 (90 pt.)
“Coppo’s 2018 is a soft, open-knit wine to drink now and over the next handful of years. Dried cherry, worn-in leather, tobacco and spice all show notes of advancement that suggest the 2018 is on a fast track of aging. Even so, all the elements are nicely balanced in this easygoing offering.”
From The 2018 Barolos, Part 2, by Antonio Galloni, October 18, 2022.
The Guida Essenziale ai Vini d’Italia 2023 editorial team, by Daniele Cernilli, awarded the following Coppo wines: Nizza Bric del Marchese 2019 (96 pt), Nizza Pontiselli 2019 (94 pt), Nizza Pomorosso 2019: (93 pt), Piemonte Monteriolo 2019 (92 pt).
The Falstaff editorial team awarded the following Coppo wines: Moscato d’Asti Moncalvina 2021 (90 pt), Alta Langa Luigi Coppo 2019 (91 pt), Alta Langa Riserva Coppo 2017 (90 pt).
The Tre Bicchieri Prize goes to Nizza Pomorosso 2019. The Tre Bicchieri Prize is the award from “Vini d’Italia 2023” guide, made by Gambero Rosso.
The James Suckling editorial team awarded the following Coppo wines: Barolo Coppo 2018 Cellar Selection (92 pt), Barolo 2018 (91), Piemonte Chardonnay Monteriolo 2018 (92 pt), Nizza Rdf 2017 (92 pt), Piemonte Chardonnay RdF 2017 (91 pt), Nizza Bric del Marchese 2018 (91 pt), Niza Pomorosso 2018 (91 pt), Nizza Pontiselli 2018 (90 pt).
The 5 grappoli Bibenda Prize goes to Nizza Pomorosso 2019. Bibenda is the italian wine guide made by Fondazione Italiana Sommelier.
The Wine Hunter
The Wine Hunter award, by Merano Wine Hunter, goes to Nizza Pomorosso 2019 (Gold award), Piemonte Monteriolo 2019 (Red award), and Alta Langa Riserva Coppo 2017 (Red award).
The Merum editorial team awarded Moscato d’Asti Canelli Moncalvina 2021 e Barbera d’Asti L’Avvocata 2020.
New Coppo Scores Decanter by Michaela Morris: Coppo Nizza Bric del Marchese 2018 (92/200)
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