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Villa Cerro, Leggermente Appassito 2015

This juicy red has benefited from the addition of some partially dried grapes (leggermente appassito translates as 'slightly raisined') to the fermentation, which add texture, sugars and richness...

Points 89
Mandrarossa, Cartagho 2014

Nero d'Avola is the most important grape of Sicily, where the arid climate is perfect for this sun loving variety. Plum and black cherry aromas are accompanied by subtle leafy…

Points 91
Cantina di Negrar, Corvina 2016

This is a brand new single varietal from this co-operative, located in the heart of the Valpolicella Classico area, just a few kilometres from Verona...

Points 91
Masseto 1997

‘1997 was the first vintage when everything was in place to produce great wine – older vineyards, better viticulture and better equipment’, comments winemaker Axel Heinz...

Points 97
Masseto 2010

Nuanced and inviting aromas of blackberry, dark plums and sweet oak spice are joined by hints of green fruit and celery leaf...

Points 96
Masseto 2013

The 2013 vintage was scorching hot in the summer, but August storms delayed the ripening and the grapes were harvested two weeks later than the 2011 and 2012...

Points 95
Tenuta San Guido, Guidalberto 2015

Sassicaia’s second wine, first created in 2000 by Nicolo Incisa and Sebastiano Rosa from estate-grown fruit, some of which comes from younger vines and is a little lower in altitude...

Points 91
Tenuta dell'Ornellaia, Le Volte 2014

From the Ornellaia stable comes this beautiful red of impeccable breeding. An annual production of around half a million bottles doesn't detract from the quality on offer; it demonstrates a…

Points 92