This wine was seriously tasty. Although quaffing it in Munich at a fantastic restaurant may have aided our enjoyment. Rich, complex, dark fruits and a gorgeous, among finish. — a month ago
I debated giving this a NR for its rating as this tastes like a wine that is made to taste a certain way rather than a wine made to express its region, but there is a tasty factor in play. Bordeaux blend. Michel Rolland consulted on the winemaking. 2nd vintage.
This is real suave and sexy in style, but I could see this being from a multitude of places. Ripe and decadent fruit that seems to just now be calming down 13yrs later. Mostly red and black fruits (black cherry compote), and cherry vanilla pipe tobacco both aromatically and on the palate. Stops short of being hedonistic, but the mid palate is dense. Finish brings some currant and herbal flair to tie back to Italy. Tannic but not a monster.
Decanted an hour and finished the next day, it didn’t experience much change. I’d consume these in the next 3-5yrs. — 4 months ago
I like it. Lightly sweet yet slightly bitter citrus. Pretty wine... — 7 years ago
Really delicious Italian Chardonnay. Has many similar characteristics of a Meursault. — 7 months ago
Syrah and Grenache blend these guys are the first to bring this into Tuscany, — 9 years ago