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Guado al Tasso Bolgheri Scalabrone Rosato 2015 750ml
Rich cherries, succulent raspberries and fresh-cut herbs dance with crushed flower petals and a kiss of orange zest in this refreshing, aromatic ’15 Rosato Scalabrone. A rare Super-Tuscan rosato, this wine hails from Antinori’s Guado al Tasso, and it’s a food-friendly, genial introduction to this storied Bolgheri esate. Zingy acidity keeps this wine nimble, but it offers a delightful complexity that is sure to delight Antinori fans. A blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, and 30% Syrah, each grape varietal ferments separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel; after blending, the wine ages first in stainless steel and then rests in bottle before release.
Antinori Guado Al Tasso Il Bruciato 2014 750ml
Ripe red and blue fruit bursts from the glass, mingling with espresso, milk chocolate, grilled herbs, river rocks and baking spices. The palate of this vibrant '14 Il Bruciato is silky with tannins, and it culminates in a nicely mineral finish. In 2014, the Il Bruciato is a blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot and 10% Syrah, and Antinori uses meticulous protocol to craft its Il Bruciato, the entry-level wine for Antinori’s Bolgheri estate, Tenuta Guado al Tasso. Grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, using lower temperatures for a portion of the grapes, and malolactic fermentation is split between tank and barrels; the wine ages in barriques for seven months and four months in bottle before release.
Antinori Guado Al Tasso Il Bruciato 2015 750ml
The product of a warm growing year with reduced yields, the ’15 Il Bruciato almost hugs you with its geniality, yet it retains a nicely acidic zing to whoosh it across the palate. Fistfuls of red and blue fruits, warm baking spices, fresh loam, kisses of underbrush, flower petals and pencil lead, and a spritz of blood orange mingle in this open-knit wine. You can drink this muscular Il Bruciato now, but a year in the cellar will mellow its chewy tannins and integrate its parts into a seamless whole. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah, Il Bruciato is the entry-level wine for Antinori’s Bolgheri estate, Tenuta Guado al Tasso. Grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, using lower temperatures for a portion of the grapes, and malolactic fermentation is split between tank and barrels; the wine ages in barriques for seven months and four months in bottle before release.
Antinori Guado Al Tasso Il Bruciato 2016 750ml
Brambly berries and juicy cherries mingle with scents of new leather, espresso, warm baking spices, cigar wrapper and terracotta in the silky, expressive ’16 Il Bruciato. This wine shows impeccable balance between its robust acidity and its fine-grained tannins, complementing its sweet fruits with savory minerals, and matching its opulence with a fine, mineral-laden finish. Enjoyable upon release, the ’16 Il Bruciato has the stuffing to age over the medium term. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah, Il Bruciato’s grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, using lower temperatures for a portion of the grapes, and malolactic fermentation is split between tank and barrels; the wine ages in barriques for seven months and four months in bottle before release.
Petrolo Torrione 2015 750ml
Ripe, juicy and seductive, the immediately enjoyable ’15 Torrione bursts with succulent red and blue fruits, incense, wildflowers, warm spices, and savory notes of game, tapenade and crushed river rocks. This vibrant wine almost grabs you and pulls you to the glass, wrapping the palate in copious dry extract, studding the cheeks with fine-grained tannins, and powering to a lingering, resonant finish. A cuvée of 80% Sangiovese, 15% Merlot, and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, this blend proportionally represents Petrolo’s vineyard composition; grapes ferment for at least two weeks, and the wine ages in used barrels of various sizes for 15 months before bottling and resting for six months before release.
Tenuta San Guido Le Difese 2012 750ml
Although third-tier Le Difese, inaugural vintage 2002, may do the work of the estate's "everyday" wine, when the estate in question is Tenuta San Guido, the “everyday” wine is a reason to celebrate. Ironically, the Le Difese, a Cabernet and Sangiovese blend, is even more difficult than Sassicaia to obtain, for the estate produces very little and exports even less--most of the 500 cases produced goes to local Bolgheri restaurants. Le Difese allows wine enthusiasts to experience the glory of Tenuta San Guido every day. Ripe, round fruit, moderate alcohol, and lively acidity from the disparate weather conditions of the vintage make the 2012 Le Difese remarkably balanced. Ripe, rich fruit, herbs and spice, a lingering vanilla note typify this juicy, soft and fresh everyday wine.
Ruggeri Corsini Barolo San Pietro 2005 750ml
Flavors of sweet berries and plums converge on a full-bodied palate with chewy tannins and moderate acidity.
Montevertine Pian del Ciampolo 2014 1.5L
This ’14 Pian del Ciampolo shows no sign of its tumultuous growing year in its ripe red and blue fruits, fresh wildflowers, espresso, loam and baking spices; it’s a pure, lilting wine that almost dances across the palate. Vibrant acidity ushers in a perfume rich with telltale Radda terroir as this wine builds to a balanced crescendo. Mostly Sangiovese with a kiss of Colorino and Canaiolo, the organically grown Pian del Ciampolo derives from the same vineyards as the estate's flagship wine, Le Pergole Torte, which are 44 rolling acres located in the municipality of Radda in the heart of Chianti. Like its big-ticket big brother, Pian del Ciampolo shows the elegant, finessed and graceful side of Sangiovese, but at pricing and in a style that allows you to enjoy Montevertine early and often.
Montevertine Pian del Ciampolo 2015 1.5L
2015 was a tough vintage in Toscana, although you’d never know it from the delicious, silky ’15 Pian del Ciampolo. Bursting with red and blue fruits, potpourri, licorice, spices and underbrush, this wine fills the mouth with saturated, rich flavors and builds to a herb-laden, earthy finish--it’s an outstanding Pian del Ciampolo vintage. Mostly Sangiovese with a kiss of Colorino and Canaiolo, the organically grown Pian del Ciampolo derives from the same vineyards as the estate's flagship wine, Le Pergole Torte, which are 44 rolling acres located in the municipality of Radda in the heart of Chianti. Like its big-ticket big brother, Pian del Ciampolo shows the elegant, finessed and graceful side of Sangiovese, but at pricing and in a style that allows you to enjoy Montevertine early and often.
Fontodi Syrah Case Via 2015 750ml
Intense yet pure, sappy yet energetic, bold yet finessed, Fontodi’s mono-varietal Syrah delivers New World approachability with Old World Italian style. Layering its succulent black fruits with peppery spices, licorice, warm loam, and incense, this wine is a treat for the senses. Deriving from the estate’s south-facing Case Via and Pecille vineyards, the Syrah grapes for this wine ferment with naturally occurring yeasts for about three weeks in stainless steel; the wine ages for a year in barriques, one half new. Just 500 cases made.