Wine Spectator Notes
Powerful and dense, this red packs plum, blackberry, vanilla, loam and tar aromas and flavors. Polished, yet backed by a monolithic structure, this finishes long and spicy. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2020 through 2028. - Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator
Wine Advocate Notes
Here is a high performance wine from Stefano Frascolla and his family. The 2015 Giusto di Notri is mostly Cabernet Sauvignon with smaller parts Cabernet Franc and Merlot. The wine is contemporary, complex and gorgeous from tip to toe. You get a lot of power here and generous oak-driven tones of sweet espresso, chocolate and spice that surround a succulent core of dark fruit and candied cherry. All these elements appear even bigger and bolder in this warm vintage. -Monica Larner, Wine Advocate
Black cherry, creme de cassis, smoke, plum, new leather, spice, French oak and dark spice notes infuse the 2015 Giusto di Notri. Plush, succulent and totally flamboyant, the Giusto di Notri is another wine that captures the natural exuberance of Suvereto. All the elements simply fall into place. Readers should expect a rich, bold Tuscan red. - Antonio Galloni, Vinous
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Sep 10, 2019Tua Rita burst onto the wine scene in the late 1990’s with their distinctively concentrated Super Tuscans based solely off of Bordeaux grapes. The Giusto di Notri is their Left Bank blend with the abundant sunshine of the Tuscan coast melded in. A highly exuberant wine with the added complexity of 2015 being one the great recent vintages in Tuscany, the Giusto di Notri is a wine to enjoy for decades to come. Do not miss out on such a distinctive bottling of Tuscan terroir!