2010 Ca' Marcanda (Gaja) Magari Toscana (375ml)

SKU #1321433 92 points James Suckling

 This is a wine that shows very pretty cherries and vanilla character, full body, and a clean, silky finish. Firm with a beautiful austerity. Better after 2014.  (8/2012)


 The 2010 Magari emerges from the glass with juicy dark red berries, spices, flowers, licorice and mint. This, too, is a fairly medium-bodied wine for Ca'Marcanda that seems to favor floral notes and inner perfume over the more obvious, fruit-driven style that has been the norm here since inception. The round, seamless finish is quite attractive. Another year or two should help in better integrating the French oak. 2015-2025 (AG)  (8/2013)

Wine Spectator

 Bursting with black cherry and plum fruit, this fresh red has density and a well-integrated structure. Builds to a long finish of fruit, spice and mineral. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2014 through 2020. 2,500 cases imported. (BS)  (4/2013)

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