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Nuove recensioni e aggiornamenti di Antonio Galloni su Vinous

Antonio Galloni ha recensito su Vinous i seguenti vini di Selvapiana:

  • 2018 Chianti Rufina – 92 punti
  • 2017 Chianti Rufina – 93 punti
  • 2016 Chianti Rufina Vigneto Erchi – 95 punti
  • 2016 Chianti Rufina Vigneto Bucerchiale – 94 punti

 

92 pts

  • Selvapiana 2018 Chianti Rùfina

Chianti Rùfina, Tuscany
Red wine from Italy
Drinking window: 2023 – 2038

  • Selvapiana’s 2018 Chianti Rufina is exquisitely beautiful. A wine of translucence and character, the 2018 captures the essence of the vintage in spades. Dark cherry, blood orange, cinnamon, rose petal and mint are all laced together in the glass. The 2018 is effortless and silky, with striking aromatic presence and exceptional balance. This is so impressive.
  • Antonio Galloni. Tasting date: September 2020

 

93 pts

  • Selvapiana 2017 Chianti Rùfina

Chianti Rùfina, Tuscany
Red wine from Italy
Drinking window: 2023 – 2037

  • The 2017 Chianti Rufina is fascinating to taste next to the 2018. It is richer and more intense, yet never strays too far from its Rufina roots. Sweet red cherry/raspberry fruit, chalk, mint and white flowers are some of the aromas and flavors that start to open with a bit of time in the glass. While the 2017 offers notable fruit density and volume, the tannins also have an element of firmness that is going to require cellaring or a good bit of aeration. It is another fabulous wine from Selvapiana.
  • Antonio Galloni. Tasting date: September 2020

 

95 pts

  • Selvapiana 2016 Chianti Rùfina Vigneto Erchi

Chianti Rùfina, Tuscany
Red wine from Italy
Drinking window: 2023 – 2041

  • A new wine in the range, the 2016 Chianti Rufina Vigneto Erchi is off the charts. The purest essence of Sangiovese emerges from a wine that combines power with translucent finesse. Bright acids and citrus accents perk up the red Sangiovese fruit. Initially a bit austere, the 2016 gains volume with time in the glass. The Erchi emerges from a relatively new parcel for the state planted with cuttings from Bucerchiale. Compared to that wine, the Erchi has a much more red-fruited profile and also appears to handle aging in French oak better. The 2016 is a stellar debut. Don’t miss it.
  • Antonio Galloni. Tasting date: September 2020

94 pts

  • Selvapiana 2016 Chianti Rùfina Vigneto Bucerchiale

Chianti Rùfina, Tuscany
Red wine from Italy
Drinking window: 2026 – 2041

  • The 2016 Chianti Rufina Vigneto Bucerchiale is a dark, brooding wine. Swaths of tannin make a first impression. Gradually, black cherry, plum, lavender, cloves, leather and menthol start to emerge. This potent, massively tannic Chianti Rufina is going to need a number of years to come around. There is plenty of depth, but the elements are totally put together. The 2016 finishes with tremendous substance and gravitas. I expect the 2016 will always remain a brute.
  • Antonio Galloni. Tasting date: September 2020

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