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Tignanello is the “Super Tuscan” label produced by celebrated Italian wine producer Antinori. The Antinori family has produced wine in Tuscany for well over 600 years, since Giovanni di Piero Antinori joined the Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri in 1385. The winery has managed to stay in the family over the centuries, now under the direction of Marchese Piero Antinori, with help from his daughters Albiera, Allegra and Alessia. 
Tignanello has been produced since the early 1970s in the vineyard of the same name, and is credited with being among the very first Super Tuscans. It is a blend of primarily Sangiovese with smaller percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This makes it closer to a traditional Tuscan wine, the inverse of most Super Tuscans which balance more heavily on the Bordeaux grapes. It was one of the first wines in the region to be aged in small oak barrels to impart richer flavors. 
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  • Well played. Hell I'd go someplace warm just for dinner in order to escape this if I could. In fact flew to Tampa for dinner on Saturday. 24 hours on the ground but soaked up as much warmth as I could. Read More

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  • I'm sure we can dig up something. Will be back in a couple weeks anyway - was going to come back this week but you guys are having some wonderful weather again and I figured I'd let you enjoy it without bothering anyone.Enjoy the polar vortex! Read More

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  • Tignanello is a good story, and was once quite a good wine. I still have a few mags left from 78ish or 79. Back then it was a real standout, today not so much. Well made and enjoyable but certainly not a good value and a bit pedestrian. I wish I could join you guys for the Tig fest with them but that's not gonna happen in April. Though I will be... Read More

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  • Sounds great Greg, Let's do this!Some time in early April?   Read More

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  • OK so mine's been since release. If you guys are serious, it's still in NYC, packed and ready to go. I know which box it's in, but I don't know where that box is. Anyhow, I'm back there in a couple weeks and I'll figure it out and dig it out. Then let's do the tasting! Read More

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  • I bought it about a year ago at Wine Club in Santa Ana. Read More

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  • Nice Mark, love those hidden gems. How long ago did you buy?We'll see how it compares to that '90 Lynch ; ) Read More

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  • I have a '97 Tignanello.  I guess I was feeling stupidly extravagant that day.  I have no plan for this.  So, I would be thrilled to bring it for a comparative tasting. Read More

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  • GregT is offering great perks to encourage visits.  I'm going to take him up on it some weekend! Read More

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  • Darren, I think he might.  If you look at his profile, his location is displayed in the Cyrillic alphabet.  Translating those characters into Latin it looks something like Izhervsk. Read More

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