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Antinori - Guado al Tasso - Bolgheri Superiore

96 points - The Wine Advocate

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Aromas of dark fruit and freshly milled white pepper replace the more banal cherry-based flavours delivered by the Merlot, and the wine appears more lifted and precise as a result. The Cabernet Sauvignon delivers spice and liquorice, and these pretty aromas are likewise given more breathing room, thanks to the counterparts found in the Cabernet Franc. Linearity, sharpness, pencil shavings and dark currant or blackberry—this is the direction Guado al Tasso is taking, and this 2019 vintage opens the door to a new chapter for the wine.
Guado al Tasso 2017 is intensely ruby red in colour. Its nose is intact, clean and powerful and has hints of small red ripe fruits such as raspberries, wild strawberries, arbutus, wild blackberries and pleasant notes of laurel and mint. Its entry on the palate is soft, voluminous and persistent with a tannic texture that is dense and silky. Remarkable for its extraordinary balance and equilibrium between power and grace. This vintage can be enjoyed now but also possesses excellent aging potential for years to come.
Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Appellation: bolgheri
Producer: Antinori

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