Robert Parker"The 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon is the finest Cabernet Togni has produced since the mid-nineties. In bottle, it is even better than it was from barrel. Even better, there are 2,100 cases, a humongous quantity by this property’s measly production standards. The color is an inky/black, and the nose offers up spectacular aromas of melted licorice intermixed with creme de cassis, acacia flowers, roasted meats, tapenade, and subtle pain grille. Opulent and voluptuous, with huge body brilliantly balanced ...
International Wine CellarGood medium ruby. Explosive aromas of briary mountain berries, licorice and dark chocolate, Dense, sweet, layered and rich, with brooding, slightly medicinal flavors that expand impressively toward the back. At once powerful and smooth. Intriguing hints of black olive, mocha and earth. Very long and rich on the back end, with huge, molar-coating tannins. Harmonious from the outset, but a wine well worth cellaring.