So here it is, in all its divine glory, the Tignanello 2004. I've already reviewed it on another board so just a copy and paste job left for my final entry today.
Who is going to take that number 1 spot, I almost hope its not another Italian wine now but what about the Guado al Tasso if the Tignanello gets 4th! I'm so excited I could just play the bongos on a bald mans head.
< ---- Beautiful Buy it NOW! Buy a 12 case Now! Gonna go up massively in price.
Oh, oh look, there's me and what do I have on the table .... that's right Tignanello 2004. Fateful! It's like me and Jame Suckling could be the same person, I know that's what you are thinking. Our taste buds are aligned we both are plummy Brits living in Italy, simply uncanny!
So, and to the review! Let me just fumble around in Corkd.... let me see.
OK here we go... SEE MY CORKD REVIEW
Antinori Tignanello 2004 - BUY
Deep ruby red color, the Tignanello '04 looks like class before you even pick up the glass. The nose is exceptionally fresh and quickly gives up aromas of blackcurrent, spices, herbs, cherries and tobacco. A well balanced, smooth palate has perfect tannins and a smooth, long finish. Superb. (SN - 11/07) 94 Points
Where can I buy this wine? - (and buy it now, today, quickly)
Europeans - Di Leva - €50
Americans - Internet Wines - $67.05
Brits - The Cellar Door - £38
I never do that, I never recommend a wine from The Cellar Door unless it truly is the cheapest available to the market. You can check www.wine-searcher.com to verify my validity and validness and validociousness.
Question of the Day?
Am I naughty to recommend you to my own company? :o(