Dear Wine Lover,
Only for today: Guado al Tasso 2013, the Best ever from Guado al Tasso (James Suckling) at privileged conditions. I can offer you this wine today at around CHF 20.00 less than the average price on the Swiss market!
Its no secret anymore that the Tuscan 2013 vintage is one of the greatest ever, with Guado al Tasso being one of the best wines of the vintage. Rated with 97 points, just 1 point less than wines such as Masseto 2013 (sold at CHF 600.00 +Vat), Ornellaia 2013 (sold at CHF 160.00 +Vat) or Sassicaia 2013 (sold at CHF 145.00 +Vat), this is a real bargain. Also compared to our Swiss competitors our price seems pretty amazing, especially considering the special conditions and can make you today: The average price on the Swiss market is 91.00 + Vat, around CHF 20 more than our special prices! A must have for Tuscan wine lovers but also for Bordeaux Aficionados considering the typical Bordeax blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot.
As said the quality is on highest levels. Just an extract of what some of the most important wine critics think:
James Suckling "97" Points: Great precision. Best ever from Guado al Tasso?
Robert Parkers Wine Advocate "96" Points: This is a fantastic wine
. It is a proud Tuscan at heart.
Antonio Galloni 95 Points: The 2013 is a terrific Guado al Tasso.
The 2013 vintage is not available anymore on the market, therefore this will be our last offer on this tremendous vintage. I really hope you wont miss out on this:
75.0 cl Guado al Tasso 2013 - Antinori CHF 75.00 (CHF 81.00 Vat incl.)
For minimum purchase of 18 bottles CHF 73.00 (CHF 78.85 Vat incl.)
For 36 bottles or more CHF 70.00 (CHF 75.60 Vat incl.)
James Suckling 97 Points: This is a very sleek and racy wine with lots of stone, white pepper and fresh rosemary character. Then takes off with dried ripe fruits such as currants and blueberries. Dark chocolate too. This a real mouthful yet remains agile and powerful. Linear and long finish. Great precision. Best ever from Guado al Tasso?
Robert Parkers Wine Advocate 96 Points: This is a fantastic wine. The 2013 Bolgheri Superiore Guado Al Tasso reveals soaring aromas of dark fruit, plum, blackberry, savory spice, tobacco and leather. The results are seamless, harmonious and generous in intensity. This is the quintessential red blend from Coastal Tuscany (made with 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot) and the 2013 vintage is particularly rooted in a profound sense of place. I am reminded of the macchia mediterranea, or Mediterranean shrub, that grows so wild and free in this relatively untouched part of Tuscany. This is an excellent wine that shows its winemaking pedigree, but make no mistake: It is a proud Tuscan at heart. Some 140,000 bottles are produced (which is pretty amazing considering the quality).
Antonio Galloni 95 Points: Antinori's 2013 Bolgheri Superiore Guado al Tasso is ripe, voluptuous and racy, with striking aromatics that sit on top of a core of voluptuous, racy fruit. A classic Bolgheri wine, Guado al Tasso offers plenty of rich, sumptuous fruit and textural resonance. A good dose of new French oak (from a move towards Taransaud and François Frères barrels) adds raciness and toasty notes, but those characteristics marry nicely with the expression of fruit that is so typical of the Tuscan coast. Rose petal, lavender and new leather add striking aromatic lift as the wine opens up in the glass. The 2013 is a terrific Guado al Tasso.