2004 Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia
"The best Sassicaia of the last 10 years..."-Wine Enthusiast In 1944, Mario Incisa acquired a number of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc vine cuttings and planted them on a sloping hillside of the San Guido estate, called Castiglioncello after the 11th-century castle at the vineyard's upper edge. This tiny, 3.75-acre vineyard stood alone until 1965, when a second Cabernet vineyard was planted with cuttings from the Castiglioncello parcel; the gravelly, 30-acre plot would give the wine its n...
Vintage ChartRating for Italy-Tuscany: 96 (excellent)<br/><br/>Drinkability: too young, let it sit<br/>
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