2005 vintage from the winery
Very soft tannins, berry leather tobacco.
Napoli @ Diana/Dan’s
— 2 months ago
Tasted with marvelous branzino with fresh herb and tomato “spring caponata,” this wine was an ideal embodiment in a glass of the “macchia,” the Italian version of the Rhône’s “garrigue.” Bright pear, apple, lemon and yellow plum with an underlying steely minerality and wonderful sensations of hay and salt air-tinged brush. Surprisingly juicy but also lean, it’s an ideal wine for fish — a year ago
First Chianti style spent money on. Pretty good definite tomato and acid. This one has tannins as I’ve come to expect from macchia.
— 4 years ago
Inky black violet color.
Pungent charred oak and macerated berries.
Firm tannins reinforce the oak, though not lactic or toasty.
Full bodied with a long finish invites thoughtful considerations between luxurious sips. — 2 months ago
05.30.2020 — 3 years ago
Excellent wine. At Re Di Macchia in Montalcino — 5 months ago
Distinctly Sardinian with macchia brush of wild herbs persistent on the nose and palate, floral loft, red and black fruit follow, beautiful wine with a balance between traditional and modernity shining through — a year ago
Great as expected for the price and grape. Not sure if I will buy again I’ve had better value for the price, particularly Macchia petite Syrah. — 4 years ago
Dark but with a bite. I want more now please. Good value, take my money YES. — 4 years ago