Fattoria di Fèlsina Berardenga Vin Santo Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2004 (375ml)

9.250 ratings on Delectable

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boyd pearson Delectable Pro

This wine was show stoppingly good. I always over rate sweet wines, but this was one of the best I've had in a while. So much energy and a broad spectrum of beautiful sweet flavors coupled with hints of savory. And not a thing cloying about it.

This wine was show stoppingly good. I always over rate sweet wines, but this was one of the best I've had in a while. So much energy and a broad spectrum of beautiful sweet flavors coupled with hints of savory. And not a thing cloying about it.

9.6

Zach Cherry Delectable Pro

Account Manager Worldwide Wine & Spirits

I wish Vin Santo was more readily available in the Midwest. The color of lacquered oak or dark avocado varietal honey. On the nose--Fig, roasted nuts, carmel, dates, prunes, unground cinnamon a bit in the background. Old honey, honeycomb candles. The palate--decadent, rich as oil money. Sticky and inviting with burnt camel, fig paste and honeyed dates dripping across the tongue. Some acidity, but this wine has it's own version of acidity. It's a mouthfeel that doesn't quite have the zippy bright character of apples or fresh citrus. More of an acid from Curacao's sun dried orange peels. Was incredible with a chocolate peanut butter pie that was surprisingly light. Only marks off was for being a little low on full concentration for a Vin Santo, but it'd been open for better than a week. With this style, it's really hard to tell if this already oxidized wine could suffer from any affects of tiring within weeks of opening.

I wish Vin Santo was more readily available in the Midwest. The color of lacquered oak or dark avocado varietal honey. On the nose--Fig, roasted nuts, carmel, dates, prunes, unground cinnamon a bit in the background. Old honey, honeycomb candles. The palate--decadent, rich as oil money. Sticky and inviting with burnt camel, fig paste and honeyed dates dripping across the tongue. Some acidity, but this wine has it's own version of acidity. It's a mouthfeel that doesn't quite have the zippy bright character of apples or fresh citrus. More of an acid from Curacao's sun dried orange peels. Was incredible with a chocolate peanut butter pie that was surprisingly light. Only marks off was for being a little low on full concentration for a Vin Santo, but it'd been open for better than a week. With this style, it's really hard to tell if this already oxidized wine could suffer from any affects of tiring within weeks of opening.

9.2

Perry Riddle Delectable Pro

When my wine sweet tooth comes out, it's usually for a Jurançon or a wonderful Vin Santo like this.

When my wine sweet tooth comes out, it's usually for a Jurançon or a wonderful Vin Santo like this.

9.4

Mark Lindzy Delectable Pro

Delicious with gooey cheese

Delicious with gooey cheese

9.2

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