Marchesi Antinori

Tignanello Toscana Super Tuscan Blend

9.33351 ratings
9.2439 pro ratings
Tuscany, Italy
Super Tuscan Blend
Top Notes For
Erik Ackerman

2004 from magnum was fantastic

2004 from magnum was fantastic

Aug 11th, 2018
Riccardo L.

Very well integrated flavours, but SO overpriced. I have brunellos and chiantis that outperform this wine any day of the week. Don't get me wrong, it's still fantastic... but you can do better if you're going to spend $100+

Very well integrated flavours, but SO overpriced. I have brunellos and chiantis that outperform this wine any day of the week. Don't get me wrong, it's still fantastic... but you can do better if you're going to spend $100+

Jul 29th, 2018
Garen Staglin

Perfect fruit and finish. Very good in all aspects. Many years to go.

Perfect fruit and finish. Very good in all aspects. Many years to go.

Jul 23rd, 2018
Sara Fowler Hileman

Delicious, well balanced, Yum!

Delicious, well balanced, Yum!

Jul 6th, 2018
LM Segal

This 375 was is a perfect spot, showing about as well as a Tig can show in an off year. Oak totally faded, sweet and sour red cherry Sangiovese nicely resolved, velvety smooth, beautifully long. Drink up.

This 375 was is a perfect spot, showing about as well as a Tig can show in an off year. Oak totally faded, sweet and sour red cherry Sangiovese nicely resolved, velvety smooth, beautifully long. Drink up.

Jun 29th, 2018
Tom Casagrande

I will preface this note by disclosing that I am generally not a fan of Super Tuscans. I like old school Toscana. But I will try to be objective here. The nose is very evocative of a classified growth Bordeaux: lots of cedary, gravelly scents and some dark berry fruit underneath. In the mouth it is concentrated and soft, but develops weight in the back half of the palate. Some peppery heat from alcohol at the end too. I know it’s predominantly Sangiovese, but it really does taste very Left Bank, except for a little note redder fruit at the end.

I will preface this note by disclosing that I am generally not a fan of Super Tuscans. I like old school Toscana. But I will try to be objective here. The nose is very evocative of a classified growth Bordeaux: lots of cedary, gravelly scents and some dark berry fruit underneath. In the mouth it is concentrated and soft, but develops weight in the back half of the palate. Some peppery heat from alcohol at the end too. I know it’s predominantly Sangiovese, but it really does taste very Left Bank, except for a little note redder fruit at the end.

Jun 19th, 2018
Stewart Cameron

Nice wine. Great weekend with family.

Nice wine. Great weekend with family.

May 20th, 2018
Randall Hopkins

Winegrower Co-Winemaker and Owner Corvus Vineyard and Corvus Cellars

9.3

Fruit had started to fad, but what a delicious wine. Tannins we’re fully integrated and a lovely mouthfeel.

Fruit had started to fad, but what a delicious wine. Tannins we’re fully integrated and a lovely mouthfeel.

Apr 15th, 2018
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.3

On the nose; saddle-wood, dark currants/cassis, lavender, violets, candied style; dark cherries, blackberries, plums, strawberries & blue fruit mix. Light sweet tarry notes, leather, tobacco, moist, dark turned earth & limestone minerals. dark cherries, blackberries, plums, strawberries & blue fruit mix.

The body is full and rich. The palate is a beautiful, classic expression of IGT wines from Tuscany. The length, structure, balance & tension are exceptional for such a young wine. Tannins soften, round and a bit chewy. It’s ruby & ripe; dark cherries, blackberries, plums, strawberries & blue fruit mix. Sweet tarry notes, black licorice, touch herbaceous, light smoke, savory meats, nice spice with a slight sting on the long set, saddle-wood, cigar, loamy soils, limestone minerals, crushed rocks, dry stems & leather. The round acidity is beautiful. The long elegant finish is excellent for this wine this young.

Photos of; the Antinori Cottage, Tingnanello Vineyard, the Antinori Family and the Tignanello barrel room.

Drink in the peak window of 2024-2035.

On the nose; saddle-wood, dark currants/cassis, lavender, violets, candied style; dark cherries, blackberries, plums, strawberries & blue fruit mix. Light sweet tarry notes, leather, tobacco, moist, dark turned earth & limestone minerals. dark cherries, blackberries, plums, strawberries & blue fruit mix.

The body is full and rich. The palate is a beautiful, classic expression of IGT wines from Tuscany. The length, structure, balance & tension are exceptional for such a young wine. Tannins soften, round and a bit chewy. It’s ruby & ripe; dark cherries, blackberries, plums, strawberries & blue fruit mix. Sweet tarry notes, black licorice, touch herbaceous, light smoke, savory meats, nice spice with a slight sting on the long set, saddle-wood, cigar, loamy soils, limestone minerals, crushed rocks, dry stems & leather. The round acidity is beautiful. The long elegant finish is excellent for this wine this young.

Photos of; the Antinori Cottage, Tingnanello Vineyard, the Antinori Family and the Tignanello barrel room.

Drink in the peak window of 2024-2035.

Apr 10th, 2018
Brian Szluk

Nose: squid ink, anise, slight fig, blue berry black berry.
Palate: black fruit, slight bell pepper, chocolate.

Nose: squid ink, anise, slight fig, blue berry black berry.
Palate: black fruit, slight bell pepper, chocolate.

Mar 3rd, 2018