2010 Fattoria Rodano, Chianti Classico Riserva, Tuscany



Press and Tasting Notes

Talk about the perfect mouthfeel; this baby has it. But first you get a bouquet of fine herbs, molasses, forest floor and meaty black fruit. Back to the mouth, there's pure, developed fruit, tobacco and earth notes; overall it's exactly what you want from a middle-aged wine: minerality, smoothness and deep flavors.



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