Castello Di Corbara

Castello di Monsanto

Riserva Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2015

Ming L
9.1

Darker fruit profile on the nose than previous vintages with blackberry, black currant, strawberry, dry tree bark, and sage. Taste young and fresh with lovely snappy red cherry. Quite powerful tannins for a Chianti Classical.
— 6 days ago

Brent, Ericsson and 3 others liked this

Castello di Bossi

Chianti Classico Sangiovese 2016

People who don’t like this wine are dumb. It’s a very very solid Chianti. Don’t know what else you want. — 2 months ago

Castello di Amorosa

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Nice! Not too strong or bitter — 2 months ago

Castello di Ama

Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2019

Recommended producer from the geeks. My first time having it, and at my sister’s because I gifted it to her! More fruit forward than I expected but tannins were firm and acidity was clean. — 22 days ago

Romain, Paul and 6 others liked this

Marchesi Mazzei

Siepi Castello di Fonterutoli Toscana Super Tuscan Blend 2013

Intense Super Tuscan, tasting so very Italian. This 50/50 Merlot/Sangiovese blend needs steak, and is an excellent steak accompaniment. — a month ago

Castello di Amorosa

Napa Valley Sangiovese 2018

A very pretty color of ruby with a wide reddish/ brownish rim.

Fruity nose with raspberries, cherries, black currants, black plums, light oak, light vanilla, Mediterranean spices, licorice, chocolates, tobacco and herbs.

Medium bodied and smooth, with medium acidity.

Dry on the palate with black currants, plums, cooked cherries, green herbs, oak, earth, light vanilla, peppercorn and tobacco leaf.

Tangy finish with fine grained tannins and cranberries.

This is a very tasty and interesting Sangiovese from Napa Valley. Nicely balanced, tangy and fruit forward. Soft and elegant.

Needs a few hours in the decanter to open up properly, smooth out, and remove some of the acidity. I really enjoyed it after 3 hours.

An interesting expression of Sangiovese. Feels like a blend of old and new worlds.

The high alcohol is very integrated, so watch out.

I had the 2017 before, and it is very consistent.

A good food wine, but good by itself as well. I paired it with cheeses and light appetizers. Will pair nicely with red sauce Italian dishes.

A blend of 96% Sangiovese and 4% Merlot. Aged in French oak barrels for 18 months (35% new).

14.9% alcohol by volume.

90 points.

$39.
— a month ago

Shay, Michael and 16 others liked this

Castello di Volpaia

Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2020

Just perfect to start a weekend after a loooong week — a month ago

Byron and Paul liked this