Wine Advocate 88 points - The 2006 Sosso offers up dark red fruit, sweet toasted oak, crushed rocks and minerals. The Sosso shows lovely freshness and verve, but loses some persistence on the mid-palate, which in turn exposes slightly dry, woody tannins. I sense much potential in this wine, but the elements dont quite come together in the 2006. Sosso is a blend of Refosco, Merlot and Pignolo aged in French oak barrels. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2016.”,,, (Feb 2011)
Created in 1989, this wine is named after the Sossó stream, which runs at the foot of the hill where the grapes grow. Made with carefully selected and oldest vines of Merlot and Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso grapes, together with a small percentage of Pignolo, from Rosazzo. Sossň is the result of skilful vinification and barrique maturation that lasts for 18 months. A supremely complex and well-structured wine, it stands out for its elegant, ripe, sweet, fruity tannins.