Sagrantino is described as an ‘Italian stallion’ on the back label. This version is perfumed, pretty and monumentally tannic; the flavours suggest early drinking but the tannin insists that it be left alone for years. Musk, redcurrant and dried herbs. A general juiciness. No lack of acidity. It demands either patience or that you be up for the task. Impressive offering. 94 pts. James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2015, August 2014

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