Gregory Dal Piaz

Location: New York, NY

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  • Apr 18 at 6:04am
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    Really Lovely on the nose, this is full of green tomato, red currant and mossy, earthy aromas that are fresh and bright. Round and fresh in the mouth, this is just past being full bodied and is a touch thick in the mouth for my tastes but delivers a very attractive core of black currant fruit that gains a whisper of oak contributing complexity and a little sweetness on the palate. Fruity, rich and with really attractive clarity and length to the flavors and a late arriving hint of pepperiness, I do like this but just wish it was a touch lighter on its toes. 87pts

  • Apr 18 at 6:03am

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    Decidedly funky on the nose and very ‘natural’ smelling. This shows of an array of medicinal, barnyard and earthy aromas that are super complex but not what many wine drinkers are looking for, all savory and spicy as opposed to being fruity. Light and fresh on entry, this offers subtle fruit, rather bright and juicy for Salice Salentino, with cranberry and sour cherry flavors laced with dried herbs, leather, fennel fronds and a touch of children’s vitamin. The backend gains a nice light, fresh tannic bite and some steely mineral notes. Fairly long on the finish, this remains a bit tannic but the fresh fruit, nicely strawberry toned, pops on the finish and lingers on the juicy finale. Smells like a hippy but is a brilliant little wine. 88pts

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    A touch reticent on the nose but some swirling brings out an attractive bouquet of wild herbs, earth, almost violet floral notes and small wild cherry fruits with hints of blueberries and grilled meat adding subtle complexity. This enters the mouth with real energy, great concentration of fruit that is rich and powerful but neither sweet nor fruity is immediately cut by vibrant acids that lend this a mineral edge. The tannins have a touch of pine nuttiness to them, but are ripe and soft adding further detail in the mouth and contributing to the wines lush, fullish feel. The finish is pure and long, a bit rusty with red cherry and currant fruits. Medium full, elegant and nuanced this is delicious and has a great texture, Serve it with bistecca alla Fiorentina. 89pts

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    70% Baga, 30% Touriga Nacional Deep, leathery and subtly spicy with notes of white pepper and cardamom on the nose, this gains layers of complexity with air running the gamut from pressed flowers to vegemite, peppercorn to sweet pipe tobacco. A bit firm in the mouth, though without the explosive acids Baga sometimes have. Still this is bright and superbly balanced with mineral framed slightly jammy red currant and raspberry fruit on the alate. Hints of tea and dried flowers add detail and the tannins, firm but fully ripe, keep everything in their place. This is an impressive wine, definitely something that can age well for probably up to a decade, there finish is bright and edgy with slightly spicy red fruits that show excellent persistence. The violets and blue fruits of Touriga emerge with air, though the do play second fiddle to Baga’s bright, rusty red flavors. What a buy. 89pts

  • Apr 18 at 6:01am
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    50% Sangiovese, 25% Ciliegiolo, 25% Merlot. Dark on the nose and slightly oaky with aromas of maduro tobacco, licorice and carob that drift up with spicy nuance to frame a tight core of black fruit and fresh leather. An initial rush of candied herbs flows across the palate pushed along by a wine of great power, and clarity. There’s excellent detail and cut on the palate, showing off tart and slightly bitter black fruits of plums and, tobacco, bitter chocolate, and berries. Turning chewy and dense on the backend, this saturated that operate with bitter cherry fruit before seguing to a firm, slightly tannic and cherry pit finish which shows off a hint of prune. A powerhouse, and a brick house of a wine. 91pts

  • Apr 16 at 7:35am
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    95% Sangiovese, 5% Canaiolo Mineral and herb greet the nose followed by a little huckleberry over wild blackberry fruit but the dusty and mineral notes return to dominate the nose in a nuanced and attractive way Fairly big fruit in the mouth is a little chewy, a little short, tight and raw but with lovely purity of fruit and fine typicity. This definitely needs some time in the bottle but has everything in place to grow into a fine example of Chianti Classico that really wears its terroir on its sleeve. 87pts

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    95% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot Big aromas greet the nose all leathery at first then bright with fresh fruit, a hint of a refreshing herbs and a hint of sweet toasty wood spice. Lively on the palate, with power, cut and inner mouth perfumes, this is very strong with fine cherry fruit on the midpalate though it does fade a bit on the finish. fairly structured today, this has everything in place to age into a wonderful chianti classico, but it would benefit from another year in the bottle. 88pts

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    80% Sangiovese, 10% Colrino 10% Pugnitello Classic smoky red fruits greet the nose framed with nuanced dried herbal and tree bark aromas. Sweet fruit, nicely spicy and with a twang floats across the palate showing off a very pretty and aromatic style. The red fruit, ripe but fresh and raspberry toned is punctuated by slightly rough tannins that show an edge of astringency on the moderately long finish. 88pts

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    100% Sangiovese Perfumed and floral on the nose, which is filled with aromas of spiced blueberries, minerals, and sweet leather notes. A touch soft, or rather fleshy in the mouth, this is rich with soft, ripe tannins that makes for a bit of a chewy mouthful. There’s plenty of bright cherry and slightly darker berry fruit on the palate that is nicely perfumed and shows fine persistence on the moderately long finish but this shows good power yet not great elegance. 89pts

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    95% Sangiovese, 5% Canaiolo High toned on the nose and a bit beefy then smelling gorgeously of earth, herb and spicy red fruit. This opens on the round side of things in the mouth with slightly bricky tannins and tart acids supporting a core of rich and fairly powerful raspberry. The tannins turn more polished in the mouth and through the elegant finish which is rich with slightly astringent and tart red fruits.90pts

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