Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Col Di Sasso 2004 Cabernet/Sangiovese wine review by (PB)

This Tuscan red from the masters at Banfi has a pronounced nose with light berry aromas enveloped in a medium garnet package. It is tannic and closed.

With air, it opens a bit, but still too tannic but only because it is immature. This wine has nice potential with some classic Sangiovese (the classic Chianti grape) flavors. For the price–$8.50–it is decent though young. Give it another year. Raise a glass.

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