40 harvests, 40 years of history. It was 1977 when I Sodi di S. Niccolò, the Supertuscan from Castellare di Castellina made from Sangioveto and Black Malvasia grapes, two indigenous varieties of Chianti Classico, was bottled for the first time.
96/100 pts to Baffonero 2017 described as “faboluos” to 94/100 pts to Rocca di Frassinello 2018, the wine critic Antonio Galloni awards Rocca di Frassinello new vintages.
Antonio Galloni describes I Sodi di S. Niccolò 2015 to justify the terrific 98/100 awarded to this extraordinary vintage.
Stratospheric! That’s how the wine critic
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