Tenuta San Piero D'uzzano

Piero Busso

San Stunet Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2017

Very complex nose of orange rind and potpourri, more closed on the palate, black cherry, med + acid, med + tannin — 3 months ago

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Sandro de Bruno

Monte San Piero Soave Superiore Garganega

Oaked Soave perfect for richer seafood dishes. — 9 years ago

Ali Schmidt
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Bodega Chacra

Barda Patagonia Pinot Noir 2011

Imported by Kobrand. From Piero Incisa della Rochetta, grandson and heir apparent to the founder of Tenuta San Guido, of Sassicaia fame. He fell in love with a Patagonian Pinot Noir at a tasting in New York, traveled to the Argentina and discovered two abandoned Pinot vineyards from 1932 and 1955. This wine blends those two and one more recently planted vineyard. Pinot from the desert. — 11 years ago

Paul Masson

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This has a deceptive intensity and acidic backbone that responds well to some air.
Andy Lardy

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Whoa that's extremely old vine Pinot. Interesting.
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Bodega Chacra

Sin Azufre Pinot Noir

One of the most amazing Pinot Noirs I've had in a long time. Bodega Chacra, an exciting venture by Piero Incisa della Rocchetta - grandson of Tenuta San Guido's (Sassicaia) founder- focused on Pinot Noir. This wine comes from biodynamically farmed 60 year-old vines in the Rio Negro Valley of Patagonia, and as its name suggests, there is no added sulphur (sin azufre). Clean, precise, pure, nothing funky in it. Vibrant, amazing 🍒 — 5 years ago

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Azienda Agricola San Piero

Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2015

Tightly wound but showing nice flavors and aromas. On the nose smoked meat spice and clove. The fruit is there but hiding a bit as the child within is showing. 2015 will be a very good vintage for Tuscan wines — 6 years ago

Rob Goralnick
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San Piero Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

Amazing wine - Mostly Cabernet wine in the French style. Lovely meeting Jaqueline at Montecalvi — 9 years ago

Marianna S

Marianna S

Not at all a Chianti Classico - very very smooth mouthfeel because of the tannins in The Cabernet grapes. Mislabeled by delectable