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Vis produktside for: Conti Costanti Rosso di Montalcino 2012 0,75
Conti Costanti Rosso di Montalcino 2012 0,75



DKK 299,00
Galloni 91P
Ultra klassiske vine fra højtbeliggende marker øst for byen. Andrea Costanti har lavet Brunello i mere end 30 år. Vinene lagres på store brugte fade, og Costanti laver elegante, komplekse og velstrukturerede vine, som hører til Brunellos bedste.

Galloni 91P
Costanti's 2012 Rosso di Montalcino captures the ripeness and raciness of the year in its voluptuous personality. Sweet red cherries, spices, mint, wild flowers and anise form a highly appealing fabric of aromas and flavors. The 2012 is voluptuous and ripe to the core, two of the signatures of this intriguing vintage.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Amarone 2001 0,75
Dal Forno Amarone 2001 0,75



DKK 2.995,00
Robert Parker 97P
Robert Parker 97/100
The 2001 Amarone is on another level entirely. It exudes notable warmth and ripeness, with profound layers of Venezuelan bitter chocolate, herbs, licorice, smoke, dark fruit and toasted oak. Made in an explosive style, this palate-staining Amarone possesses remarkable detail and nuance for such a big wine. It has been phenomenal on the two occasions I have tasted it so far. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2021. 

Romano Dal Forno is a humble, down to earth and extremely passionate person. Just a few minutes with Dal Forno are enough to understand his unwavering, some might say obsessive, pursuit of quality. I have never met a producer with such a maniacal approach to cleanliness in the cellar. Nothing is wasted here. As I tasted the drying grapes after the 2006 harvest one grape fell to the ground, but it was swiftly picked up by Dal Forno. The same aesthetic applies to Dal Forno’s work in the vineyards. Dal Forno’s newest plot is planted with an extremely dense 12,800 vines per hectare and can only be described as a work of surgical precision. Dal Forno uses roughly 60-70% Corvina, 10-15% Croatina, 10-15% Rondinella and a small amount of Oseleta for the Valpolicella and Amarone. The fruit from the estate’s younger vines goes into the Valpolicella, while Amarone is made from vineyards that range from 10 to 30 years of age.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Valpolicella 2001 Magnum
Dal Forno Valpolicella 2001 Magnum



DKK 1.500,00
Distrikt:
Veneto
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2001
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker

Romano Dal Forno is a humble, down to earth and extremely passionate person. Just a few minutes with Dal Forno are enough to understand his unwavering, some might say obsessive, pursuit of quality. I have never met a producer with such a maniacal approach to cleanliness in the cellar. Nothing is wasted here. As I tasted the drying grapes after the 2006 harvest one grape fell to the ground, but it was swiftly picked up by Dal Forno. The same aesthetic applies to Dal Forno's work in the vineyards. Dal Forno's newest plot is planted with an extremely dense 12,800 vines per hectare and can only be described as a work of surgical precision. Dal Forno uses roughly 60-70% Corvina, 10-15% Croatina, 10-15% Rondinella and a small amount of Oseleta for the Valpolicella and Amarone. The fruit from the estate's younger vines goes into the Valpolicella, while Amarone is made from vineyards that range from 10 to 30 years of age.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Valpolicella 2002 0,75
Dal Forno Valpolicella 2002 0,75



DKK 595,00
Distrikt:
Veneto
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2002
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 93/100

Dal Forno's 2002 Valpolicella is a massively endowed effort revealing backward dark fruit, new leather, spices, herbs, roasted coffee beans and toasted oak on an imposing, tannic frame. Made in a super-concentrated style - even by Dal Forno's standards - it will require several years of cellaring for the tannins to soften somewhat, although it is hard to imagine that will ever completely happen. Beginning with the 2002 vintage Dal Forno's Valpolicella is made from 100% dried fruit, whereas in previous vintages the wine had been made only partially with dried fruit. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2017.

Romano Dal Forno is a humble, down to earth and extremely passionate person. Just a few minutes with Dal Forno are enough to understand his unwavering, some might say obsessive, pursuit of quality. I have never met a producer with such a maniacal approach to cleanliness in the cellar. Nothing is wasted here. As I tasted the drying grapes after the 2006 harvest one grape fell to the ground, but it was swiftly picked up by Dal Forno. The same aesthetic applies to Dal Forno's work in the vineyards. Dal Forno's newest plot is planted with an extremely dense 12,800 vines per hectare and can only be described as a work of surgical precision. Dal Forno uses roughly 60-70% Corvina, 10-15% Croatina, 10-15% Rondinella and a small amount of Oseleta for the Valpolicella and Amarone. The fruit from the estate's younger vines goes into the Valpolicella, while Amarone is made from vineyards that range from 10 to 30 years of age.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Valpolicella 2003 0,75
Dal Forno Valpolicella 2003 0,75



DKK 600,00
Distrikt:
Veneto
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2003
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 92/100

The 2003 Valpolicella Superiore comes across as shockingly primary for a five-year old wine. Masses of jammy dark fruit flow onto the palate in a concentrated, generous style. The firm tannins are those of the torrid 2003 vintage, yet this broad-shouldered, expansive wine has more than enough fruit to provide balance. Notes of chocolate, leather, coffee and sweet spices gradually emerge with air, yet this remains a backward, unyielding wine at the moment. As with the 2004, this wine needs serious bottle age, or eight to ten hours of air for those adventurous enough to take it for a test drive now. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2020.

All of these wines from Romano Dal Forno require significant aeration to show the true breadth of this passionate grower's innovative style. Ideally the wines should be cellared for a minimum of a few years. Readers in search of short-term gratification are advised to open these bottles at least eight to ten hours before serving. This also holds for the Valpolicella, which has become an especially massive, structured wine after Dal Forno started producing it from 100% dried fruit in the 2002 vintage. Dal Forno favors 100% new American oak for his wines, although in recent years he has brought the aging regime down considerably.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Valpolicella 2003 DBMG (300 CL)
Dal Forno Valpolicella 2003 DBMG (300 CL)



DKK 2.995,00
Distrikt:
Veneto
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2003
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 92/100

The 2003 Valpolicella Superiore comes across as shockingly primary for a five-year old wine. Masses of jammy dark fruit flow onto the palate in a concentrated, generous style. The firm tannins are those of the torrid 2003 vintage, yet this broad-shouldered, expansive wine has more than enough fruit to provide balance. Notes of chocolate, leather, coffee and sweet spices gradually emerge with air, yet this remains a backward, unyielding wine at the moment. As with the 2004, this wine needs serious bottle age, or eight to ten hours of air for those adventurous enough to take it for a test drive now. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2020.

All of these wines from Romano Dal Forno require significant aeration to show the true breadth of this passionate grower's innovative style. Ideally the wines should be cellared for a minimum of a few years. Readers in search of short-term gratification are advised to open these bottles at least eight to ten hours before serving. This also holds for the Valpolicella, which has become an especially massive, structured wine after Dal Forno started producing it from 100% dried fruit in the 2002 vintage. Dal Forno favors 100% new American oak for his wines, although in recent years he has brought the aging regime down considerably.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Valpolicella 2003 Jeroboam (500 CL)
Dal Forno Valpolicella 2003 Jeroboam (500 CL)



DKK 4.995,00
Distrikt:
Veneto
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2003
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 92/100

The 2003 Valpolicella Superiore comes across as shockingly primary for a five-year old wine. Masses of jammy dark fruit flow onto the palate in a concentrated, generous style. The firm tannins are those of the torrid 2003 vintage, yet this broad-shouldered, expansive wine has more than enough fruit to provide balance. Notes of chocolate, leather, coffee and sweet spices gradually emerge with air, yet this remains a backward, unyielding wine at the moment. As with the 2004, this wine needs serious bottle age, or eight to ten hours of air for those adventurous enough to take it for a test drive now. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2020.

All of these wines from Romano Dal Forno require significant aeration to show the true breadth of this passionate grower's innovative style. Ideally the wines should be cellared for a minimum of a few years. Readers in search of short-term gratification are advised to open these bottles at least eight to ten hours before serving. This also holds for the Valpolicella, which has become an especially massive, structured wine after Dal Forno started producing it from 100% dried fruit in the 2002 vintage. Dal Forno favors 100% new American oak for his wines, although in recent years he has brought the aging regime down considerably.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Valpolicella 2004 0,75
Dal Forno Valpolicella 2004 0,75



DKK 650,00
Distrikt:
Veneto
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2004
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 93/100

Sweet, open aromatics lead to hints of dark blueberries, blackberries, spices and minerals as the 2004 Valpolicella Superiore gradually opens in the glass. Today the wine comes across as shut down, but the imposing tannins are also rather fine, suggesting that with time the wine's inner sweetness will gradually emerge. Readers who want to try their luck with this wine earlier should open the bottle a good eight hours or so prior to drinking it. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2019.

All of these wines from Romano Dal Forno require significant aeration to show the true breadth of this passionate grower's innovative style. Ideally the wines should be cellared for a minimum of a few years. Readers in search of short-term gratification are advised to open these bottles at least eight to ten hours before serving. This also holds for the Valpolicella, which has become an especially massive, structured wine after Dal Forno started producing it from 100% dried fruit in the 2002 vintage. Dal Forno favors 100% new American oak for his wines, although in recent years he has brought the aging regime down considerably.
Vis produktside for: Dal Forno Valpolicella 2007 0,75
Dal Forno Valpolicella 2007 0,75



DKK 695,00
Distrikt:
Veneto
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2007
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 94/100
The 2007 Valpolicella Superiore from the celebrated Monte Lodoletta vineyard is rock-tight with a midnight black appearance and aromas that emerge with fierce determination. The fascinating aromatic medley includes dark spice, prune, Spanish cedar, tar, black licorice, balsam herb and blackberry tart. The mouthfeel is plush and rich with super-tight tannins that grip nervously to the finish. It has only started its bottle evolution and requires more time to soften and develop. Drink 2017-2035. The wines of Romano Dal Forno are always a highlight of my annual tasting calendar. In many regards, these radically unique wines put the wine critic to the test, not the other way around. I approach the evaluation with a certain level of apprehension and am willing to bet that many of my wine-writing colleagues experience similar emotions. Dal Forno’s wines throw so much at you at once, in machine-gun rapid-fire succession, you need extra time to recover from the whiplash, gather your thoughts and assess them correctly. They are nearly impossible to taste blind because the enormity of the sensorial characteristics, the stratospheric intensity and the utterly impenetrable appearance are dead giveaways. These wines shout their true identities at ear-piercing decibels. Tasted too young, they are not even likeable. The exaggerated extraction and astringency make them unapproachable for years. Amazingly, beyond the cacophony is melody. Once I “got” these wines, I started to consider them like unique works of art. A painting could hold violent splashes of color but still bring peace to the viewer. A fashion design could be outrageously modeled but still bring comfort to the wearer. Loud percussions can still be part of beautiful music. By the way, the 2007 Amarone was not produced, so production will skip ahead directly to 2008. At press time, I was informed that Dal Forno is no longer represented by Vias Imports in the United States. Folio Fine Wine Partners is the new importer, so these prices may change once Folio brings their new inventory over.
Vis produktside for: Gaja Barbaresco 2011 0,75
Gaja Barbaresco 2011 0,75



DKK 999,00
Førpris:
DKK 1.099,00
Robert Parker 93/100
The 2011 Barbaresco opens to a dark garnet color and shows immediate opulence and intensity where its aromas are concerned. There’s an undeniable level of finesse and focus here that goes against all the things you might assume about a warmer vintage like 2011. The mouthfeel is perfectly tempered and smooth with an incredible sense of liveliness and dimension. Fruit is sourced from Gaja’s many vineyard holdings. Drink: 2017-2035.  I have some happy news to report from the exciting world of Angelo Gaja. The estate that was notoriously difficult (if not impossible) to visit for those outside the wine trade is now opening its doors to the public. There is a steep entrance fee, but the scheme makes perfect sense in my option. Any wine lover can make an appointment to tour the estate and sample wine for up to 300 euros a person. The money must be paid to charity as none of the proceeds go to Gaja. If you have a favorite non-profit organization, make a donation in that amount. Once you send receipt of payment to Gaja’s tasting room staff, your visit will be granted. It sounds like a fair exchange to me.

Leveres i Original trækasse ved 6 flasker.
SPAR 9%
Vis produktside for: Guido Porro Barbera St. Caterina 2013 0,75
Guido Porro Barbera St. Caterina 2013 0,75



DKK 149,00
Rising star i Serralunga og pt. nogle af de bedste køb i Barolo. Guide Porro har hævet sit niveau markant over de sidste fem år og laver nu fremragende vine fra den berømte cru Lazzarito. Vinene er grundlæggende økologiske og af den klassiske skole. Vinene gæres på ståltanke og cementfade, og lagres på store gamle slavonske fade. Laver 3 forskellige Baroli fra Lazzarito som udtrykker forskellige dele af marken, som alle er fremragende. 

Super omtale i Gambero Rosso, Duemilavini, Veronelli, The Wine Advocate, Vineous m.fl.

Luksus Barbera fra 40 år gamle vinstokke som lagrer på brugte fade. Fyldigere og mere kødfuld Barbera med dyb saftig frugt og god friskhed. Til kraftigere pastaretter og mellemfyldige kødretter.
Vis produktside for: Guido Porro Barolo Seivi 2010 0,75
Guido Porro Barolo Seivi 2010 0,75



DKK 299,00
Galloni 93P
Rising star i Serralunga og pt. nogle af de bedste køb i Barolo. Guide Porro har hævet sit niveau markant over de sidste fem år og laver nu fremragende vine fra den berømte cru Lazzarito. Vinene er grundlæggende økologiske og af den klassiske skole. Vinene gæres på ståltanke og cementfade, og lagres på store gamle slavonske fade. Laver 3 forskellige Baroli fra Lazzarito som udtrykker forskellige dele af marken, som alle er fremragende. 

Super omtale i Gambero Rosso, Duemilavini, Veronelli, The Wine Advocate, Vineous m.fl.

Den mest elegante og feminine af Porros Baroli. Fremragende næse med røde bære, roser, tørre krydderier, kamfer og mineraler. Elegant næsten burgundisk smag med charmerende rød frugt, elegante modne tanniner og en lang mineralsk finish.

Galloni 93P
The 2010 Barolo Seivi is a gorgeous entry-level wine made from three small parcels surrounding the winery. Bright red cherry, plum, hard candy, sweet flowers, spices and mint jump from the glass in an intense, Barolo with tons of appeal. The 2010 isn't particularly powerful or structured, but it sure is gorgeous. Sweet floral notes reappear on the finish, adding to the wine's seductive personality. With time in the glass, the Seivi turns quite a bit more imposing and muscular, so it will be interesting to see where things settle out once the wine has had more time in bottle.
Vis produktside for: Sassicaia 2010, Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido
Sassicaia 2010, Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido



DKK 1.295,00
96 point af Robert Parker
Distrikt:
Toscana
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2010
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 96/100
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.
Vis produktside for: Sassicaia 2011, Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido
Sassicaia 2011, Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido



DKK 1.295,00
95 point af Winespectator
Distrikt:
Toscana
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2011
Type:
Red

 

WineSpectator 95/100
Ripe black cherry and blackberry flavors pick up accents of rosemary, mineral and spice in this red. Concentrated and intense, fresh and focused, leaning toward black currant and cedar notes on the solid finish. Racy midpalate. Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
Vis produktside for: Sassicaia 2011, Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido Magnum
Sassicaia 2011, Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido Magnum



DKK 2.599,00
95 point af Winespectator
WineSpectator 95/100
Ripe black cherry and blackberry flavors pick up accents of rosemary, mineral and spice in this red. Concentrated and intense, fresh and focused, leaning toward black currant and cedar notes on the solid finish. Racy midpalate. Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.

Leveres i original trækasse.
Vis produktside for: Sassicaia Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido 2012 0,75
Sassicaia Bolgheri Rosso DOC, Tenuta San Guido 2012 0,75



DKK 1.495,00
Leveres i OWC ved 6 flasker.
Wine Enthusiast 99P
One of Italy's most iconic bottlings, the 2012 Sassicaia is drop-dead gorgeous. A blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Cabernet Franc, it boasts sensations of blue flowers, cedar, juicy red currants, ripe raspberries, white pepper and a balsamic note. Structured, radiant and loaded with finesse, it delivers everything you'd expect from a world-class wine and more.

James Suckling 95P
Lots of lavender, minerals and black currants on the nose. Turns to black berries. Full body, ultra-refined tannins and an exquisite finish. This is all about delicacy, finesse and grace. Yet there is a solid core of ripe tannins giving it backbone and outstanding form. Better in 2017 but so delicious already. A wonderful surprise.
Vis produktside for: Solaia 2012 0,75
Solaia 2012 0,75



DKK 1.599,00
Førpris:
DKK 1.849,00
Robert Parker 95P

Robert Parker 95P

The 2012 Masseto is seductive from the first sip. The 2011 edition of this wine was very successful, and not too different in character from this wine. What the 2012 vintage offers instead is a level of textural richness and creaminess that is absolutely outstanding. The very nature of the fruit feels velvety and silky smooth, without a single ripple. The bouquet reveals upfront aromas of dark cherry and spice that are contrasted perfectly against one another. Classic vintages of Masseto include 2001 and 2006. The 2012 vintage doesn't offer the same backbone firmness as those years, but it offers lots more exuberant richness instead. Some 32,000 bottles were produced. The wine should hold forward for many, many years. 

SPAR 14%
Vis produktside for: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 1999 0,75
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 1999 0,75



DKK 4.995,00
Distrikt:
Toscana
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
1999
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 95/100

With the 1999 vintage Masseto returns to another powerful, fresh and vibrant expression of this wine. Conveying an impression of youth, the 1999 Masseto reveals layers of dark fruit that open in the glass with much persistence on the palate and terrific overall balance. It is stunning vintage for this wine. 95/ Anticipated maturity: 2009-2019.

The 100% Merlot Masseto, on the other hand, has proven to be a wine of greater singularity. Its unique, unmistakable personality always comes through, especially in a set of widely diverse vintages, as this vertical attests. The Masseto vineyard measures roughly 7 hectares. Set on a gently sloping hill, the vineyard is divided into three sections which contain different clay-based soil types. The structure of Masseto comes from the central portion of the vineyard (Masseto Centrale), where the terrain is most compact. Towards the upper part of the hillside (Masseto Alto) the soils contain a higher percentage of rocks and thus yield wines that are more aromatic. The lower stretch of the vineyard, known as "Masseto Junior," is also the most recent to be planted. According to Raspini the fruit from these vines bridges the qualities of the wines from the central and upper portions of the vineyard and thus serves to give Masseto its finesse and balance. There is also a small amount of fruit that comes from the "Vigna Vecchia" plot which is the source of the Merlot that is used for Ornellaia.

Each parcel is harvested and vinified separately. Fermentation and maceration typically last around 25 days, give or take, depending on the quality of the fruit, after which the wines are moved into 100% new French oak barrels for the malolactic fermentations. The wines spend 12 months in oak prior to being assembled, after which the final blend spends an additional 12 months in oak prior to being bottled.

Tenuta dell'Ornellaia is without question one of Italy's blue-chip properties. The gorgeous, sprawling estate is located in Bolgheri in Tuscany's Maremma. On a recent visit I had the opportunity to taste a number of the estate's wines with General Manager/Agronomist Leonardo Raspini and Oenologist Axel Heinz, including verticals of the estate's top bottlings Ornellaia and Masseto.
Vis produktside for: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2003 0,75
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2003 0,75



DKK 4.495,00
Distrikt:
Toscana
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2003
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 93/100

The 2003 Masseto opens with a huge, expressive super-ripe nose. Ample and expansive on the palate, it displays much opulence in its generous fruit, with awesome concentration, outstanding length and a lovely vein of minerality which provides a level of freshness that is surprising for the vintage. A lingering note of sweetness punctuates the long finish. It should drink well for at least another decade, although it is absolutely irresistible today. It is a stunning wine. Owing to the challenging nature of the vintage, in 2003 Masseto was made only from the central part of the vineyard which is planted with the oldest vines. 93/Anticipated maturity: 2007-2017.

The 100% Merlot Masseto, on the other hand, has proven to be a wine of greater singularity. Its unique, unmistakable personality always comes through, especially in a set of widely diverse vintages, as this vertical attests. The Masseto vineyard measures roughly 7 hectares. Set on a gently sloping hill, the vineyard is divided into three sections which contain different clay-based soil types. The structure of Masseto comes from the central portion of the vineyard (Masseto Centrale), where the terrain is most compact. Towards the upper part of the hillside (Masseto Alto) the soils contain a higher percentage of rocks and thus yield wines that are more aromatic. The lower stretch of the vineyard, known as "Masseto Junior," is also the most recent to be planted. According to Raspini the fruit from these vines bridges the qualities of the wines from the central and upper portions of the vineyard and thus serves to give Masseto its finesse and balance. There is also a small amount of fruit that comes from the "Vigna Vecchia" plot which is the source of the Merlot that is used for Ornellaia.

Each parcel is harvested and vinified separately. Fermentation and maceration typically last around 25 days, give or take, depending on the quality of the fruit, after which the wines are moved into 100% new French oak barrels for the malolactic fermentations. The wines spend 12 months in oak prior to being assembled, after which the final blend spends an additional 12 months in oak prior to being bottled.

Tenuta dell'Ornellaia is without question one of Italy's blue-chip properties. The gorgeous, sprawling estate is located in Bolgheri in Tuscany's Maremma. On a recent visit I had the opportunity to taste a number of the estate's wines with General Manager/Agronomist Leonardo Raspini and Oenologist Axel Heinz, including verticals of the estate's top bottlings Ornellaia and Masseto.
Vis produktside for: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2004 0,75
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2004 0,75



DKK 4.995,00
Distrikt:
Toscana
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2004
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 97/100

The stunning 2004 Masseto (100% Merlot) presents layers of sweet jammy dark fruit and mineral notes that burst forth from the glass with notable length, purity and delineation. It is a decidedly elegant and super-refined Masseto that continues to integrate its 100% new oak well, showing extraordinary class and fine, silky-textured tannins that caress the palate on the long finish. The 2004 will be hard to resist in its youth as it is incredibly delicious even now, yet it promises to develop gracefully to at least age 20. It is a phenomenal effort that is not to be missed. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2024.
Vis produktside for: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2006 0,75
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2006 0,75



DKK 4.995,00
Robert Parker 100P
Robert Parker 100P
The wine that most delighted me at this historic tasting of Tuscany's most iconic wines was the 2006 Masseto. This is a wine of sheer power, bliss, opulence, infinity and sublime seduction. This Merlot-based masterpiece hits all your senses with the grace of a ballerina and the power of a heavyweight. It is steady on its proverbial feet, but it also glides over the palate with a profound sense of elegance, harmony and rhythm. Among the prized vintages of Masseto, including 2001, 2004 and 2007, this edition is my favorite. The wine delivers an extra sense of tightness or firmness at the back that serves to stitch together its fleshy richness and general sumptuousness. The personality is sunny, expansive, articulate and sophisticated. You'll remember that the 2006 vintage is celebrated for the elegance of its wines. In the coastal Bolgheri appellation, it is also remembered for the power of its wines. You get the best of both worlds with this stunning creation: elegance and power. These traits are particularly well suited to the versatile grape variety at the heart of this Tuscan all-rounder. This is a true Renaissance wine.  
Vis produktside for: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2008 0,75
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2008 0,75



DKK 3.495,00
Robert Parker 97+/100

The 2008 Masseto is another huge wine. It boasts tons of energy in a tense, inward style I can only describe as implosive, as if the wine is holding back all of its energy. A deep core of black fruit, grilled herbs, licorice and new leather emerges from time to time, but the tannins are still imposing. There is no shortage of pedigree. I fully expect the 2008 to develop into one of the great Massetos. Needless to say, it will be interesting to taste the 2008 in vertical tastings in the future. Anticipated maturity: 2018-2033.The 2009 vintage was not easy at Tenuta dell’Ornellaia because of the scorching hot summer. Readers may want to take a look at my video interview with Axel Heinz for more on the 2009 vintage.
Vis produktside for: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2009 0,75
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2009 0,75



DKK 4.495,00
Leveres i original træ ved 3 flasker.
Distrikt:
Toscana
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2009
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 94+/100

The 2009 Masseto bursts from the glass with dark red berries, blackberries, flowers, licorice and tar. It shows lovely up-front juiciness and expressive inner perfume in a surprisingly accessible style for this wine. Like the Ornellaia, the 2009 Masseto has quite a bit of freshness, although it, too, is medium-bodied in structure. In this vintage the Ornellaia team was especially selective and only used part of the three vineyards that typically go into Masseto. I have been fortunate to taste every vintage of Masseto, most more than once recently. Masseto has a great track record for aging, even in the smallest, least promising of vintages. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2029.
Vis produktside for: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2010 0,75
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2010 0,75



DKK 4.495,00
Leveres i original træ ved 3 flasker.
Distrikt:
Toscana
Land:
Italien
Årgang:
2010
Type:
Red

 

Robert Parker 98/100

The 2010 Masseto is truly monumental, leaving you breathless and wordless all at once. Once you sip the wine, it takes a few minutes before you grasp the enormity of its beauty and potential. You almost have to wonder how enologist Axel Heinz could conceive of a wine this beautiful - and how did he execute it? I could wax poetic for hours: Dark cherry, chocolate, baking spice and tobacco smoke lift off the bouquet in thin veils and magical puffs. The quality of the aromas is exceptional, but again, the seamless integration is what makes Masseto a protagonist of Italian wine. No matter how much time goes by, that beauty will remain firmly etched in your memory bank. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2030. 

This year Ornellaia celebrates the 25th anniversary of its flagship wine, the eponymous Ornellaia (1988-2013). General Director Leonardo Raspini and his team decide to celebrate with a commemorative edition of the wine packaged in an etched bottle with gold lettering.
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Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2011 0,75



DKK 4.499,00
Robert Parker 95P
Robert Parker 95P
From Italy’s most celebrated 7-hectare plot of Merlot, the 2011 Masseto is a wine of grand and lofty ambitions that happily materialize in the glass. This wine delivers on all the many promises it makes. First is the exceptional quality of the bouquet with seamless integration of dark fruit to spice, to chocolate, to Mediterranean herb. The aromas are presented in kaleidoscope effect so that many bright colors blend into one. Second, is the mouthfeel that is as supple, rich and persistent as you should expect of a wine of this pedigree. Lastly, is the wine’s aging potential that is already evident in terms of the integrated acidity and the richness of the tannins. In fact, the tannins are absolutely gorgeous here: They are silky, refined and delightful. It’s not the greatest Masseto ever made, but it performs beautifully nonetheless.
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Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2011 Magnum



DKK 12.499,00
Robert Parker 95P
Robert Parker 95P
From Italy’s most celebrated 7-hectare plot of Merlot, the 2011 Masseto is a wine of grand and lofty ambitions that happily materialize in the glass. This wine delivers on all the many promises it makes. First is the exceptional quality of the bouquet with seamless integration of dark fruit to spice, to chocolate, to Mediterranean herb. The aromas are presented in kaleidoscope effect so that many bright colors blend into one. Second, is the mouthfeel that is as supple, rich and persistent as you should expect of a wine of this pedigree. Lastly, is the wine’s aging potential that is already evident in terms of the integrated acidity and the richness of the tannins. In fact, the tannins are absolutely gorgeous here: They are silky, refined and delightful. It’s not the greatest Masseto ever made, but it performs beautifully nonetheless.
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Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Masseto 2012 0,75



DKK 4.295,00
Robert Parker 95P
Robert Parker 95P
The 2012 Masseto is seductive from the first sip. The 2011 edition of this wine was very successful, and not too different in character from this wine. What the 2012 vintage offers instead is a level of textural richness and creaminess that is absolutely outstanding. The very nature of the fruit feels velvety and silky smooth, without a single ripple. The bouquet reveals upfront aromas of dark cherry and spice that are contrasted perfectly against one another. Classic vintages of Masseto include 2001 and 2006. The 2012 vintage doesn't offer the same backbone firmness as those years, but it offers lots more exuberant richness instead. Some 32,000 bottles were produced. The wine should hold forward for many, many years. 
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Tenuta dell'Ornellaia - Ornellaia 2005 0,75



DKK 1.375,00
Robert Parker 93P
The 2005 Ornellaia is a lovely, silky wine graced with expressive, perfumed fruit and terrific overall harmony. This is a decidedly lithe, feminine Ornellaia, but the wine has more than enough freshness to develop beautifully over the coming years. The estate coped quite well with repeated spells of rain during the harvest. Simply put, the 2005 Ornellaia is a gorgeous wine from a challenging year. The 2005 Ornellaia is 56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc and 5% Petit Verdot. The wine spent 18 months in French oak, 70% new. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2025. 
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Tignanello 2012 0,75



DKK 699,00
Robert Parker 93P
Robert Parker 93P
The 2012 Tignanello is a very handsome wine with dark fruit nuances that extend far beyond the normal spectrum for Sangiovese (and the smaller percentages of French grapes that complete this wine). This vintage, that started off with a very hot summer and ended with a cool harvest season, show a little more spice and Mediterranean herb on the finish. Grapes were harvested at the end of September and delivered slightly less alcohol than previous vintages. There is a point of freshness but the tannins are mature and yielding. In fact, the tannic management is spot-on and is complimented by the velvety and rich nature of the mouthfeel. Pretty mineral accents add a lasting touch of complexity. The 2012 Tignanello has the qualities for a successful evolution. 
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Tignanello 2012 Magnum



DKK 1.499,00
Robert Parker 93P
Robert Parker 93P
The 2012 Tignanello is a very handsome wine with dark fruit nuances that extend far beyond the normal spectrum for Sangiovese (and the smaller percentages of French grapes that complete this wine). This vintage, that started off with a very hot summer and ended with a cool harvest season, show a little more spice and Mediterranean herb on the finish. Grapes were harvested at the end of September and delivered slightly less alcohol than previous vintages. There is a point of freshness but the tannins are mature and yielding. In fact, the tannic management is spot-on and is complimented by the velvety and rich nature of the mouthfeel. Pretty mineral accents add a lasting touch of complexity. The 2012 Tignanello has the qualities for a successful evolution. 
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Tignanello 2013 0,75



DKK 629,00
WineSpectator 94P
WineSpectator 94P
Aromas of graphite, smoke and tobacco introduce the cherry flavor in this expressive, focused red. Firm tannins and lively acidity balance the fruit and purity, while herbal, spice and mineral elements all gather steam as this plays out on the long finish. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.

Tignanello fremstilles typisk af 80 % Sangiovese, 15 % Cabernet Sauvignon og 5 % Cabernet Franc. Lagringen, der typisk varer mellem 16 og 18 måneder, finder sted på fade af fransk og ungarsk eg. Tignanello er blandt Antinoris og Italiens mest ikoniske vine, og imponerer altid med sin dybde, kompleksitet, den balancerede og på en gang rige og stringente kraft, der samles i en lang og detaljeret finish.
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