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Premi e riconoscimenti 2020

Premi e riconoscimenti raccolti dai vini Coppo nel 2020.



La redazione di Merum ha premiato Alta Langa Extra Brut Riserva Coppo 2015.



Coppo Nizza Pontiselli 2017 ha ottenuto il massimo riconoscimento delle Quattro Viti nella settima edizione della Guida ai Vini d’Italia Vitae, edita dall’Associazione Italiana Sommelier.


La Guida Oro – I Vini di Veronelli

La Guida Oro – I Vini di Veronelli 2021 ha assegnato il “Grande Esordio – riconoscimento ai campioni che, recensiti per la prima volta, hanno conseguito valutazione uguale o superiore a 94 centesimi – a Coppo Nizza Pontiselli 2017 (95 punti) e Coppo Nizza Bric del Marchese 2017 (94 punti). Coppo Nizza Riserva della Famiglia 2015 è stato valutato con 94 punti.


Guida ai vini d’Italia

La guida Vini d’Italia 2021 del Gambero Rosso premia con i Tre Bicchieri il nostro spumante metodo classico Alta Langa Riserva Coppo 2015.


Guida essenziale ai vini d’Italia

La Guida Essenziale ai vini d’Italia 2021 accredita Coppo Nizza Pontiselli 2017 di 97 punti.


The Wine Advocate

Coppo è recensito sull’edizione di agosto 2020 di The Wine Advocate,

Nell’articolo a firma Monica Lerner “Italy, Piedmont: Barolo, Barbaresco & More – Lockdown Wine” il magazine scrive tra l’altro:

93 Points: 2017 Coppo Nizza Pomorosso

This is one of those fortunate wines that enjoys special recognition as its own brand, Pomorosso. It’s also one of the pioneers of the recently minted Nizza denomination. Coppo has been making Pomorosso since 1984 and has learned a thing or two along the way. The 2017 Nizza Pomorosso is an excellent edition from a vintage that mistreated many of Piedmont’s other varieties because of scorching summer heat. However, Barbera loves the heat, and this wine has absorbed every last sunbeam, adding to the wine’s inner richness and concentration. Dark fruit, black currant, spice, tobacco and barbecue smoke rise from the bouquet. The aromas are big, but so is the wine’s hold and grip on the palate. I taste the heat (this bottle declares a 16% alcohol content), but fresh acidity keeps the wine from feeling too heavy or ripe.

89 Points: 2017 Coppo Barbera d’Asti Camp du Rouss

Barbera d’Asti is one of Italy’s great food wines, especially if you are partial to cheesy pasta or pizza topped with extra mozzarella. The Coppo 2017 Barbera d’Asti Camp du Rouss is generously layered with dark fruits such as Morello cherry, black currant and plum. Those darker nuances play a big role in this hot-vintage expression. However, Barbera is always generous in terms of its acidity, and that freshness serves to balance out any fruit weight or heaviness.

88+ Points: 2019 Coppo Moscato d’Asti Moncalvina

This wine triggers immediate sensations of field flowers and peach blossoms. The Coppo 2019 Moscato d’Asti Moncalvina offers a generous bouquet with white jasmine, honeysuckle, green apple, sweet tropical fruit and crushed stone. You also get that characteristic musky smell of soap or dried rose potpourri that is so unique to Moscato d’Asti. It shows nice crispness on the close. That pinch of acidity does a good job of cutting through the wine’s intoxicating and perfumed sweetness.


Doctor Wine

DoctorWine Degusta Ep. 12 (Nizza DOCG Pomorosso 2017 Coppo)


Wine Spectator

L’Avvocata Barbera d’Asti 2018 è stata selezionata da Bruce Sanderson di Wine Spectator come “Red Wine Value!”

88 Points – COPPO Barbera d’Asti L’Avvocata 2018
A light-bodied, fruity red, this evokes cherry jam, cranberry and earth flavors, all lifted by bright acidity. Shows a slight chalky feel on the finish. Drink now. 10,000 cases made, 2,500 cases imported. –BS

Vedi anche Premi e Riconoscimenti 2019.