These all have super ripe fruit with bright, refreshing acid and some lovely, nuanced floral and herbal aromas that are what make Sangiovese Sangiovese. It is those aromas which really help bring the wine to the table. Those non-fruity elements build the bridge with savory flavors, so I love to see them here.
All of these wines could stand a bit of cellar time to help round out the wines, but only the Two Mile really needs several years. And about that Two Mile: it is a bit of a bruiser and I may be wrong in predicting it will come around. It has an awful lot of wood, but there is great juice under there so I’m going to remain optimistic!
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