Medium body red, moderate legs, earthy red fruit, herbaceous mid notes with a citrusy finish. This is easy to sip on Julie’s front porch. — a month ago
Delicious nebbiolo w natural bent. Just a hint of funk to make it stand out. Accompanied dinner at Alto Paradiso perfectly — 2 years ago
Smooth and balanced, tasty super Tuscan — 5 years ago
Great stuff! Drank well with chicken scallopini. Quite dry, a rub of tannin. Tart cherries with some dirty leaves thrown into my iced tea. — 4 years ago
Purchased at the winery. We did a group day trip tour from Rome to Tuscany. It was March, but the vineyard and its Bose speakers was still a fun attraction. 4.5 years later, having survived a move, among other things, we finally decided to pop it.
Nose: crushed rose petals, children’s cherry robitussin, bittersweet chocolate, forest floor after a campfire nearby.
Palette: raspberry & cherry, leather glove, velvety tannin that is pretty chill. Lighter body compared to other brunello, what sometimes is referred to as “elegance” honestly, kind of like Mozart (where other Brunellos can be like Wagner or something more modern) hehe.
Finish: menthol on the finish
— 7 months ago
I visited this boutique vineyard in Siena. The winemaker believes that playing classical music is beneficial to his vines. I also learned that the University of Pisa and Florence are conducting a scientific research on the effect of sound waves on vines. Music or not... decanted for 2 hours, this wine is magnificent! Leather, vanilla, dill, and cherry notes. Happy New Year friends. — 5 years ago
Phenomenal Barbera. Mellow and balanced. Delicious wine. #2GU — 5 years ago