2013 Castello di Fonterutoli "Siepi" Toscana (Previously $100)

SKU #1275459 95 points James Suckling

 This is a wonderful follow-up to the superb 2012. Aromas are so intriguing with raspberry, blackberry and light toasted fruits. Some black tea. Full body, and very compacted. Toned and muscular tannins. Racy finish with bright acidity. Fascinating to taste (drink) now but this will be even better in 2019 and onwards.  (5/2016)

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2013 Siepi is a knockout wine that hits all the senses with just the right level of complexity. The wine is soft, brooding, velvety and long in persistency. It is made with equal parts Merlot and Sangiovese and both grapes bring their best assets to the blend. Sangiovese shows an upfront personality with territory-driven tones of small berry and spice. This grape also offers beautifully fresh acidity. The Merlot component plays a strong background role and adds softness, lushness and richness. This is a new wine that needs a few more years of bottle aging. Otherwise it can be aged or consumed in the near-term. (ML)  (10/2015)

93 points Vinous

 Mazzei's 2013 Siepi is terrific. Precise and beautifully focused throughout, the 2013 offers up a compelling mélange of dark cherry/blueberry jam, sweet spices, menthol, licorice and new leather. Unctuous to the core, the 2013 retains striking nuance and poise throughout. The 2013 is an exciting Siepi, but it needs time to unwind. (AG)  (10/2016)

92 points Wine Spectator

 Despite starting out dark and brooding, this is vibrant and light-footed. Black cherry, plum, oak spice and tar flavors are backed by stiff tannins. Turns toward the leathery side with air. Sangiovese and Merlot. (BS)  (10/2016)

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Super Tuscan