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2004 Antinori Tignanello Reviews

2004 Antinori Tignanello Reviews

Learn More About the 2004 Antinori Tignanello Through its Reviews.

2004 Antinori Tignanello Reviews

This wine is a blend of 80% Sangiovese, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Cabernet Franc.

95 Pointz Wine Enthusiast

Cellar Selection

“Ah, Tignanello, the father of all super Tuscans. A tried and true favorite, it is a Sangiovese-based wine cut with a small component of Cabernet for rich aromas of red fruit and spice. It is elegant, harmonious, and long-lasting on the finish.”

95 Pointz Wine Spectator

#4 on the Top Wines of 2007

Offers aromas of blackberry, with hints of raisin and lots of spices. Full and velvety, with wonderful concentration and a long, rich finish. Very stylish and exciting.”

94 Pointz Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

“The estate’s 2004 Tignanello is a modern-day classic. Suggestions of macerated cherries, menthol, sweet spices, licorice, and French oak meld seamlessly into a perfumed silky-textured core of ripe fruit. The tannins remain incredibly fine throughout. The wine’s vibrant color and fresh flavors suggest it will age gracefully over the next decade. This is a remarkably refined Tignanello.”

93 Pointz Vinous

“Medium dark ruby. Captivating nose redolent of pretty red and black fruits, black pepper, and graphite, with complicating suggestions of tobacco and prune. Very fresh and buoyant on entry, with pure flavors of ripe fruit and black pepper, then long and extremely fresh on the back end. Here one can find evidence of all three varieties. Silky tannins, noteworthy definition, and impeccable balance make this one of the best young Tignanellos in recent memory.”

93 Pointz Wine & Spirits

“This vintage of Tignanello is cool and savory, with unfolding aromas of dried herbs and dark cherries. A blend of Sangiovese (85 percent), Cabernet Sauvignon (10), and Cabernet Franc (5) grown in the limestone and marl soils at the Tignanello estate, this is seamless and sleek, its dark, rich flavors held firm by oak. Layered and intensely structured, this is an aristocratic wine to cellar for 10 to 15 years.”


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