A good chianti vintage and one of my favourite producers.
Red fruits, in the main. Not especially cherried, with some of the fruit-directness of youth melting back into beautiful, resolving tannins. At that lovely point of Chianti Classico aging where it is at its best with food, but a last glass, sipped after dinner, also works well.
This could be left until 2016 if you want it mature, but was so
good with saltimbocca, garlic zucchini, potatoes roasted in lard &
rosemary that my bottles might not make it. Handled the nutty sweetness of the sauce and the salty punch
of the prosciutto so well.
Pretty much spot on what I want in Chianti Classico.
Cork. Purchase. $36. 13.5% alcohol.