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Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia, Bolgheri

Bolgheri, Tuscany, Italy

🍇 Grapes: Primarily Cabernet Sauvignon with a blend of Cabernet Franc

👃 Nose: The nose of the Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia 2019 is an olfactory journey of elegance and complexity. The initial impression reveals intense aromas of ripe dark berries, notably blackcurrants and blackberries, intertwined with subtle hints of cedar, tobacco, and a touch of Mediterranean herbs. There's a delicate fragrance of violets that adds a layer of floral finesse, creating a captivating and harmonious bouquet.

👄 Palate: On the palate, this Bolgheri red wine showcases the full spectrum of its Bordeaux heritage. Rich and full-bodied, the wine unfolds with velvety tannins that provide structure to the layers of flavor. The taste profile is a seamless integration of dark fruit, including plum and black cherry, complemented by nuances of vanilla, leather, and a touch of graphite. The wine's texture is opulent, with a well-defined backbone that carries the flavors gracefully.

⏳ Finish: The finish is enduring, echoing the wine's complexity. Lingering notes of dark chocolate, espresso, and a subtle earthiness leave a lasting impression. The well-balanced acidity ensures a persistent and evolving finish that invites contemplation.

🍷 Food Pairing: This Sassicaia 2019 is a superb companion to hearty and flavorful dishes. Pair it with grilled ribeye steak, slow-cooked lamb stew, or a truffle-infused risotto. The wine's structure and depth harmonize with robust flavors, creating a dining experience that is both luxurious and memorable.

🌟 Overall: The Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia 2019 stands as a true expression of Bolgheri's terroir and the winemaking artistry of Tenuta San Guido. It is a wine of impeccable balance, marrying power and finesse in a way that defines the Super Tuscan category. This vintage is a testament to the estate's commitment to producing wines of the highest quality and distinction. A masterpiece that will continue to evolve and captivate for years to come.

 Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia, Bolgheri
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