This Biserno was aged for 15 months in 90% new French oak barriques and the rest in one year old barrels. Further to enhance quality, the Marchese has elected then to age for 12 months in the bottle before release – costly but a quality-driven strategy.
"The fruit on the nose is sweet and rich – a blend of dark fruit earthiness and red berry high notes, hints of undergrowth and floral lift. The palate is luscious, sumptuous and yet graceful, supported by fruit-coated, ripe tannins. This is full of energy with hints of both chocolate and kirsch to finish – deeply impressive."
Cabernet Sauvignon blend
Drink now / lay down 2019 - 2030
Tuscany’s rolling vineyards and olive groves make it one of the world’s most stunning wine regions, yet it is also Italy’s oldest, dating back to the Etruscans.