Antonio Galloni recently published “Chianti Classico 2015 & 2016: Right Place, Right Time” which included the following Selvapiana reviews: 2016 Chianti Rufina – 92 points 2015 Bucerchiale – 91 + points 2014 Bucerchiale – 90 points Download PDF
Selvapiana received the official certificate for being in "Vinibuoni d’Italia" guide, 2019 edition, with the following wines: Chianti Rufina DOCG Riserva Vigneto Bucerchiale 2015; Chianti Rufina DOCG 2016.
Selvapiana was included in the piece on Wine Enthusiast “Top 100 Cellar Selections of 2018” featuring the 2013 Chianti Rufina Riserva “Bucerchiale” DOCG, reviewed last July and placed #43 with its 94 points. Following the full and original review: This opens with enticing scents of blue flower, ripe dark-skinned berry, new leather, vanilla and sandalwood. Elegant and full-bodied, the palate delivers crushed raspberry, wild cherry, truffle and chopped herb, while intense licorice notes linger on the long finish. Fine-grained tannins and bright acidity provide impeccable balance. Drink through 2025. Link for the full piece on Wine Enthusiast: https://www.winemag.com/buying-guide/selvapiana-2013-vigneto-bucerchiale-riserva-chianti-rufina/
Fattoria di Selvapiana is proud to have received from Slow Wine 2019 the following awards: CHIOCCIOLA This symbol is assigned to a winery for its way to interpret values (organoleptic, territorial and environmental) in tune with Slow Food. The assignment of this symbol implies the absence of chemical pesticides in the vineyards. The Chiocciola wines also represent a good value for money, considering when and where they have been produced. VINO SLOW – Chianti Rufina Vigneto Bucerchiale Ris. 2015 This bottle not only is of an excellent organoleptic quality, but it also condenses in the glass features tied to territory, history and environment. The assignment of this symbol implies the absence of chemical pesticides in the vineyards. The Vino Slow bottles also represent a good value for money, considering when and where they have been produced.
James Suckling latest review: SELVAPIANA CHIANTI RUFINA VIGNETO BUCERCHIALE RISERVA 2013 - 94PTS. This is a deliciously decadent Chianti Rufina with aromas and flavors of berries, cherries, wet leaves and coffee. Full body, chewy tannins and a flavorful finish. Drink now or hold. SELVAPIANA CHIANTI RUFINA 2015 - 93PTS. Aromas of cherries, flowers and and fresh herbs following through to a full body. Tight, linear and fresh. Firm and focused. A real Tuscan wine. Drink or hold. SELVAPIANA TOSCANA FORNACE 2012 - 93PTS. Rich and ripe, yet fresh and tannic. This is rather concentrated and more importantly, beautifully balanced. The cocoa-powder character extends right through the wine. A long and elegant finish. Drink or hold. SELVAPIANA POMINO VILLA PETROGNANO 2013 - 90PTS. Dark leafy notes with earthy accents too. There's a spicy thread of dark plums and blackberries, leading to a savory and slightly meaty palate. Some chew through the finish. Drink or hold. Download PDF
Wine Enthusiast Selvapiana Classy Chianti 94 points.
Chianti Classico is not the only Chianti. Just ask Federico Giuntini Masseti of the estate Fattoria Selvapiana. “In the wine world, the Chianti that is good and expensive for the consumer is the Chianti Classico,” he told me over lunch, as we sipped his exquisite and criminally underpriced single-vineyard Chianti Rufina called Vigneto Bucerchiale. “All the rest must be cheap, simple and you drink it when you are at university and you have no money.” There was a sly smile at the corner of his lips, but I’m sure the perception problem he was describing is not entirely a laughing matter. Continue reading on www.openingabottle.com
The Tuscany dossier of Vinum magazine, with reviews of Chianti wines d.o.c.g. Chianti DOCG - Lagenweine mit Pepp
Jancis Robinson Rewiew: A toast to Liberty Wines' David Gleave Selvapiana Vigneto Bucerchiale Chianti Rufina Riserva 2013, Chianti Rufina, Tuscany, Italy 17.5 points Pale fox red. Very sweet palate entry; you are really aware of the sunshine here! Transparency and considerable terroir effect. A real wine of place. Wonderfully long and tender. Vibrates. Selvapiana 2013 Pomino 17 points Dark and well-aged look. Rather Pomerol-like on the nose. Sweet and beautifully made with refined tannins but a little bite at the end – really lively! Like the perkiest claret imaginable. Good length.