Wine Advocate 90 points - This wine is made in a screw cap version for the United States and a corked version for the Italian domestic market. I tasted both bottles and this review refers to the corked sample. The 2013 Vitiano Rosso shows a rich and darkly saturated appearance. The blend is Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon - all the grapes that have brought the Cotarella family and this beautiful corner of Umbria to the world stage. The winemaking has been tweaked here and there and the results are absolutely phenomenal, especially if you are looking for excellent value. The bouquet is packed tight with dark fruit and spice. There is a hint of ripe blackberry and cherry liqueur on the close.