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Ca'Marcanda Promis Toscana Sangiovese Blend

9.11224 ratings
9.1126 pro ratings
Tuscany, Italy
Sangiovese, Merlot, Syrah
Mushrooms, Manchego & Parmesan, Beef, Venison, White Rice, Potato, Exotic Spices, Baking Spices, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Hard Cheese, Pungent Cheese, Chicken, Salami & Prosciutto, Soft Cheese, Duck, Tomato-Based, Pork, Chili & Hot Spicy, Lamb, Turkey, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Peter van den Besselaar

Vintage 2012 / classic classy smell, rather smooth drinking with clearly quality #sangiovese #gaja

Vintage 2012 / classic classy smell, rather smooth drinking with clearly quality #sangiovese #gaja

Oct 6th, 2018
Mike R
9.0

Out with son and wife and son buying dinner for father’s day - salute you son and so proud of you - as such the wine was a little better than I expected - all smiles

Out with son and wife and son buying dinner for father’s day - salute you son and so proud of you - as such the wine was a little better than I expected - all smiles

Jun 17th, 2018
Andrew Lohse

Rich blackberry on nose. Hint of savory herbs: thyme. Ripe black cherry on palate, then jammy, balanced by salinity. Rich with smooth tannins, long finish.

Rich blackberry on nose. Hint of savory herbs: thyme. Ripe black cherry on palate, then jammy, balanced by salinity. Rich with smooth tannins, long finish.

Jan 23rd, 2018
Chris Zitzman

A surprisingly easy-going sleeper that may still be on your favorite shelf, if you’re lucky. The Syrah and Merlot work in a wonderful harmony and hit the “Simple note” in all the right ways. A soft but rich approach follows a truly intriguing nose. The aroma seems to be spelled out by the Merlot, and the length of is follows along the lines of the Syrah. As it breathes and opens it really does reach to new levels- and I am genuinely impressed. While it cheap, the Promis brings something to the table that (I think) is unique. It’s a brilliant little blend that’s going to be winning hearts at a price point that Gaja, for the moment, is clearly and delightfully dipping into.

A surprisingly easy-going sleeper that may still be on your favorite shelf, if you’re lucky. The Syrah and Merlot work in a wonderful harmony and hit the “Simple note” in all the right ways. A soft but rich approach follows a truly intriguing nose. The aroma seems to be spelled out by the Merlot, and the length of is follows along the lines of the Syrah. As it breathes and opens it really does reach to new levels- and I am genuinely impressed. While it cheap, the Promis brings something to the table that (I think) is unique. It’s a brilliant little blend that’s going to be winning hearts at a price point that Gaja, for the moment, is clearly and delightfully dipping into.

Dec 17th, 2017
Jörgen Lindström Carlvik

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

8.8

There's a positive herbaceous addition to the cassis, cherries and anise aromas, complemented by clever oak spice. Medium-bodied, fresh and elegant, this youthfully fruit-forward edition lacks med-palate weight but this is easily forgotten thanks to its pretty finish.

There's a positive herbaceous addition to the cassis, cherries and anise aromas, complemented by clever oak spice. Medium-bodied, fresh and elegant, this youthfully fruit-forward edition lacks med-palate weight but this is easily forgotten thanks to its pretty finish.

6 people found it helpfulMay 1st, 2015
Jörgen Lindström Carlvik

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

7.6

Actually pretty simple, yet well crafted juice where tart cherries, sandalwood, black currants and faint mineral additions are woven together. Balanced but boring.

Actually pretty simple, yet well crafted juice where tart cherries, sandalwood, black currants and faint mineral additions are woven together. Balanced but boring.

6 people found it helpfulAug 7th, 2014
LM Segal

Impressive but paradoxical. Blackberry and chocolatey nose leads a sleek, elegant trip over the palate. So well made but hard (Syrah?) edges on the Merlot/Sangio frame. Could soften with time but schizophrenic over 4 hours in my glass.

Impressive but paradoxical. Blackberry and chocolatey nose leads a sleek, elegant trip over the palate. So well made but hard (Syrah?) edges on the Merlot/Sangio frame. Could soften with time but schizophrenic over 4 hours in my glass.

3 people found it helpfulMar 5th, 2016
Jay Svoboda

While the first sniff and sip were a bit overpowering, just a few minutes in the glass opened this wine up beautifully. Silky black and red fruits with a solid backbone of earth make this a Super Tuscan you don't want to miss.

While the first sniff and sip were a bit overpowering, just a few minutes in the glass opened this wine up beautifully. Silky black and red fruits with a solid backbone of earth make this a Super Tuscan you don't want to miss.

2 people found it helpfulSep 27th, 2016
James Forsyth

Sexy and silky wine that showed incredibly versatility at dinner as everyone thought it paired beautifully and nobody ate the same.

Sexy and silky wine that showed incredibly versatility at dinner as everyone thought it paired beautifully and nobody ate the same.

1 person found it helpfulJul 27th, 2018
Kevin Ortzman

Red raspberry and cherry/plum with a hint of wet forest. Spectacular!!

Red raspberry and cherry/plum with a hint of wet forest. Spectacular!!

1 person found it helpfulSep 11th, 2016