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Fontodi Dino Amphora 2016 750ml
In its Dino Amphora, Fontodi set out to craft a wine that privileged its pure Sangiovese flavors, but in 2016, the estate got a concentrated, balanced, powerful, and energetic bottling. Opulent yet fresh, the ’16 Dino Amphora reflects its high quality, low quantity banner vintage--it’s a long-aging Sangiovese wine that will provide Sangiovese purists with decades of drinking enjoyment. Named “Dino” in honor of Fontodi owner-winemaker Giovanni Manetti’s father, Dino Amphora embodies its pure Italian spirit and honors its Tuscan heritage by aging in orci, or Tuscan-styled amphora crafted of Tuscan clay, made by Manetti Gusmano & Figli, Dino Manetti’s family business that still makes terracotta tiles today. This mono-varietal Sangiovese ferments with natural yeasts for thirty to forty days; the wine ages in orci for eight to ten months, followed by two months in stainless steel before resting in bottle.
Antinori Guado al Tasso 2004 750ml
The 2004 Guado al Tasso is opulent and layered with rich dark fruits, licorice and herbs. Impeccably balanced, the wine is supported by firm, round tannins and a long persistent finish.
Guado al Tasso Guado Al Tasso Bolgheri Superiore 2007 750ml
Upon release, the ripe vintage 2007 Guado al Tasso was praised for its bold, intense and delicious profile. Now with more than a decade of age, this wine is firing on all cylinders, layering its rich frutti di bosco with grilled herbs, licorice, melted chocolate, exotic spices, and cigar wrapper; tertiary notes of black tea, potpourri, and truffles murmur in the background. Tannins mellowed, the wine glides with a velvety texture into its finish that’s accented by crystalline minerals and savory herbs. A blend that shifts with every vintage, the 2007 Guado is about 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, and 10% Cabernet Franc. For the 2007 Guado al Tasso, Antinori fermented each varietal separately for 15 to 20 days in temperature-controlled stainless steel and aged each varietal separately for 18 months in new barrique before blending and letting the wine rest in bottle for ten months before release.
Montevertine Le Pergole Torte 2015 750ml
Lush blue fruits and rich black cherries cavort with scents of warm loam, pressed fresh herbs, licorice, crushed minerals, and touches of new leather in the supple ’15 Le Pergole Torte. All of this wine’s elements come into play as it rolls across the palate, building to a powerful crescendo that resonates like a lingering gong. Intense and textured, this Le Pergole Torte reins in its luscious dry extract and seductive aromatics with its kinetic acidity, formidable tannins, and incredible, soaring structure--for all of its mesmerizing purity, sweet inner lift, and concentration, this wine needs some time in the cellar before true enjoyability. Widely acknowledged as the finest expression of Sangiovese, Montevertine's flagship wine gives the grape its due, placing it alongside Burgundy's Pinot Noir in terms of age-ability, finesse and nuance. A selection of Montevertine’s best Sangiovese grapes from vines aged 30 to 50 years grown in its high altitude Radda vineyards, this wine is vinified in cement, and it ages for a year in cask and then a year in barrique before being bottled, where the wine rests for at least six months before release.
Castello dei Rampolla Vigna d'Alceo 2001 750ml
Upon its release, the ’01 Vigna d’Alceo was called one of the greatest vintages, lauded for its beauty, focus, breadth and aromatic; almost two decades later, this wine is proving the mettle of that praise. It’s rare to find a wine that can match its sheer power with unmistakable finesse, but the ’01 Vigna d’Alceo, for all its muscularity, glides with a boxer’s grace, melding its sweet red and blue fruits with tarry earth, warm spices, potpourri, grilled herbs, black tea and licorice. Surprisingly ethereal for a Super Tuscan, this wine seems to float in the mouth, yet it’s also remarkably dense and complex, unfolding myriad layers as it coasts to a lingering, structured finish. A Bordeaux-style blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon with 15% Petit Verdot, this biodynamic Super Tuscan ferments with only natural yeasts and ages for a year in barrique followed by 18 to 24 months in bottle before release.
Querciabella Camartina 2010 1.5L
Precise and layered, the 2010 Camartina personifies elegance, and with about a decade of age, it’s just entering its drinking window. Super-ripe red and black fruits leap from the glass, joined by balsamic herbs, rain-spattered wildflowers, worn leather, warm pipe tobacco and spices. Juicy and succulent, this wine wraps its fruits around a serious mineral spine, while fine-grained tannins meld seamlessly with electric acidity--this wine has the balance and the structure for the long haul! A blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Sangiovese grown in clayey, mineral-rich vineyards, grape varietals ferment separately with indigenous yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel; after blending, the wine ages for about 18 months in barrique before bottling without fining or filtration. Camartina is a completely biodynamic, vegan, natural wine that glows with the warmth of its Greve terroir.
Montevertine Le Pergole Torte 2008 750ml
While Le Pergole Torte is usually a wine that needs extensive cellar aging, the ’08 bottling presents the open-knit, aromatic and approachable side of this iconic Sangiovese bottling. Offering its Raddo terroir in its nose of berries, earth and herbs, this wine offers a balanced, elegant palate of sweet crushed cherries and frutti di bosco, earthy notes and warm spices. Arguably the finest expression of Sangiovese, Le Pergole Torte is a darling among not only connoisseurs of that grape but wine-lovers around the world. Montevertine’s flagship wine gives Sangiovese its due, placing it alongside Burgundy’s Pinot Noir in terms of age-ability, finesse and nuance. Montevertine crafts around 1,500 cases made of this classically styled, traditionally crafted mono-varietal Sangiovese Super Tuscan each vintage.