2015 Antinori Tignanello 750mL

Sku 205569
  • Country Italy
  • Producer Tignanello Antinori
  • Size 750 Ml
  • Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese
  • Vintage 2015
  • Wine Type Red
  • Product Wine Imported
Buyer Review
  1. Geoff Pattison
    As one of the most recognizable wines in all of Italy, Antinori’s Tignanello needs little introduction. This seminal Super-Tuscan is perennially one of our best-selling wines (from anywhere in the world) but this year’s release is really something special. Hailing from the historic 2015 vintage in Tuscany, this year’s Tignanello is an absolute blockbuster and recently received a massive 97-point score from Wine Spectator. This is the highest scoring Tignanello ever from Wine Spectator (trumping the 95-point 2004). For collectors of Tignanello, this is a must have. For those of you who have yet to try this Italian icon, there’s quite literally never been a better time than now!
  1. 97 Wine Spectator Notes

    Dense and intensely flavored, with violet, black currant, blackberry, graphite, wild herb and spice aromas and flavors, this is concentrated and solidly built, yet also harmonious, vibrant and pure. Approachable now, but should be better in a few years. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2021 through 2035. 5,000 cases imported. -Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator

  2. 96 Wine Advocate Notes

    The 2015 Tignanello is a wine that opens, like a fully blossomed rose, right in front of you. This vintage is immediately accessible, generous and opulent. The wine will surely flesh out and gain focus with more bottle age, but one of the best qualities of this vintage is just how beautiful the wine tastes straight out of the gate. The fruit is beautifully ripe with fresh blackberry and cherry nuances, spice, leather, sweet tobacco and smoke. Up until this vintage, the various blending components that make up Tignanello were vinifed in separate lots. Starting with 2015, the wine is blended sooner in order to achieve better overall integration. The entire Tignanello estate counts 130 hectares of vines, but the single-vineyard "Tignanello" that makes this wine is 57 hectares. Some 340,000 bottles were produced. -Monica Larner, Wine Advocate

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