Daniel scored this wine: 91/100
Chocolate-covered cherry, smoke, and dried herbs on the powerful nose. Expect vibrant acidity, grippy tannins with a little edge, and a full body. Sour cherry, a slight earthy note, and a touch of leather on the palate. Pretty classic Brunello, and as such, it demands a little aging and some classic Tuscan fare. Enjoy in the 2020s with Bistecca alla Fiorentina, a Tuscan style T-Bone served "al sangue" (very rare) with just a little olive oil and salt.