This wine is deceptively simple until it is paired with a good steak - then the tannins kick in.
Red fruit and grippy tannins will pair well with any baked pasta dish.
At a recent tasting of the newly released five-star 2010 vintage of Brunello di Montalcino, I had a chance to go through several wines in depth at a seminar. But the seminar sample of Val di Suga’s was flat...
The Gran Selezione wines are, above all, supposed to represent the height of quality within each estate.
This is rich, tannic, charming Chianti, a delightful addition to the table. Highly Recommended. 92 Points.