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Castello dei Rampolla Chianti Classico 2018

Is it traditional Chianti Classico? No. Is it bloody good? YES!! A cooler year than 2016 delivery a refined personality.
$67
$64ea in any 3+
$61ea in any 6+

Castello dei Rampolla Chianti Classico 2019

Is it traditional Chianti Classico? No. Is it bloody good? YES!!
$67
$64ea in any 3+
$61ea in any 6+

Fontodi Chiant Classico 2019

The thirst-quenching nature combined with great intensity and personality draws you in! 
$97
$93ea in any 3+
$89ea in any 6+

Fontodi Vigna del Sorbo Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 2018

The 2018 Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Vigna del Sorbo is quite possibly the most elegant, refined version of this wine I have ever tasted. It does not offer the immediacy or impact of either the 2015 or 2016, but, instead, impresses with its elegance, persistence and total class. Bright floral and spice notes add perfume to a core of red-toned fruit. The 2018 represents another move towards greater finesse at Fontodi. It spent a year in French oak barrel and a second year in cask. Antonio
$201
$191ea in any 3+
$181ea in any 6+

Fontodi Vigna del Sorbo Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 2017

The 2017 Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Vigna del Sorbo is a dense, packed wine. It is also surprisingly, almost shockingly backward. That is probably a good thing for its long-term aging prospects. Readers hoping to get an early glimpse into the 2017 before it shuts down may have a hard time doing that, as today acids and tannin dominate. I expect the 2017 will be stellar in another 4-5 years and drink well to age 25-30 if not longer. Proprietor Giovanni Manetti gave the 2017 18 months in barr
$210
$200ea in any 3+
$190ea in any 6+

Fontodi Flaccianello della Pieve 2018

The 2018 Flaccianello della Pieve is another stellar wine from Fontodi. It is the richest Flaccianello ever made (in terms of dry extract), with elevated acidity that trails the 2016 by just a touch, but it does not taste like that at all. Dark cherry, violet, lavender, spice, mocha and graphite build with a bit of time in the glass. Like the Sorbo, the 2018 Flaccianello is not a wine of size, as in most previous years, but rather a wine that exudes vibrancy, energy and class from start to finis
$290
$280ea in any 3+
$270ea in any 6+

Castello dei Rampolla ‘d’Alceo’ 2016

From high density plantings of Cabernet and Petit Verdot. This show how good Bordeaux blends can be in Italy and just how different they are from their French counterparts!
$292
$282ea in any 3+
$272ea in any 6+

Castello dei Rampolla ‘d’Alceo’ 2017

From high density plantings of Cabernet and Petit Verdot. This show how good Bordeaux blends can be in Italy and just how different they are from their French counterparts!
$292
$282ea in any 3+
$272ea in any 6+