The estate, which sits directly adjacent to the vineyards of Soldera, has been causing quite a stir lately, with the 95-point score hardly a fluke. In fact, several publications have finally taken notice in addition to the Wine Advocate with James Suckling and Antonio Galloni of Vinous now calling on the estate. Seems like they’re doing something right.
James Suckling highlighted it in his great under $25 Tuscan wines and now Wine Enthusiast has chimed in, giving this “full bodied” 2020 Rosso di Montalcino a 92-point score.
Today’s Rosso is one of the few really worthy of the title ‘baby brunello’ being several notches above most. The 2020 Caprili Rosso di Montalcino is cut from limestone and rocky soil giving it an earthy complexity and sophistication. From there, it spent 12 months in neutral Slovanian oak where it was fermented using native yeasts ala old school Brunello. It’s a terrific example for its category… easily one of the top RdMs you’re going to find.
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92 Points, Wine Enthusiast
This savory young red showcases ripe black cherry and black plum flavors while flashes of spice and earthy truffle tones lend depth. It’s full-bodied, with taut, close-grained tannins that lend a firm structure. Drink through 2026.
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