Tasting: Brooding, serious wine here. For fans of Brunello di Montalcino and top level Chianti this represents a serious value. Earthy, dry, powerful tannins coat the mouth while the herby, black cherry fruit lingers long on the finish.
Isolation Pairing: Setting up a domino topple
FYI: On paper, it looked like 2014 vintage would be a tricky year, with cooler temperatures and hail. Once the grapes were harvested, everyone was impressed of the resulting product, and so were we!