Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia 2010

0,75 l, a Proprietary Blend Dry Red Table wine from Tuscany, Italy, alcohol content: 13,5%, grape variety: 85 % Cabernet Sauvignon and 15 % Cabernet Franc

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2010 Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia
Tenuta San Guido visit the producer
A Proprietary Blend Dry Red Table wine from
Tuscany, Italy
 
         
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Wine Advocate #208
Aug 2013
ReviewerMonica Larner Rating96
Maturity
Drink: 2018 - 2040
Current (Release) Cost$114-$441 (227)
The 2010 Sassicaia Bolgheri Sassicaia brings back some of the brambly rosemary and wild Mediterranean brush that was missing in 2009. This will greatly appeal to enthusiasts of Sassicaia’s trademark elegance. The wine shows extreme purity that brings its many beautiful aromas into startling focus and clarity. Lingering tones of black fruit and Oriental spice add subtle shades at the back. The wine mostly certainly shows its pedigree in the exciting and beautifully balance manner it evolves in the glass: It tells a new story each time you return to observe the bouquet. This is the harbinger of cellar longevity. Anticipated maturity: 2018-2040. 

The buzz is back. Italy’s most iconic wine estate – the ground zero for all fine wine made in the country today – has entered an exciting new chapter with a renewed sense of purpose. This change was not sparked by any single event, rather a confluence of events starting with a fortuitous string of great vintages. I point to the 2009 Sassicaia that so closely recalls the glorious 1985 in its beauty and profound abundance. Driving his Jeep through his vineyards, with all those little Jack Russell heads straining through the open windows, Marchese Nicolo Incisa della Rocchetta has good reason to smile. Much of coastal Tuscany once served as a giant hunting reserve for Florentine nobility.
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