Wow, a full power Chianti with years ahead of it. Purple in the glass, the nose offers dark brooding fruits and a hint of earth. On the palate, a very definitive tar component mixed with dark cherries and black berries. A very powerful tannic structure is making my mouth pucker and the acidity is great. This wine is 4 years young and will last another 10 at the minimum. Mainly Sangiovese, it weighs in at 13.5% alcohol, a decent number these days. It does not follow typical Chianti/Sangiovese profiles (which I love), instead there is a departure from the norm and you can tell this is a well crafted wine. 92 points I reckon, and a 4- perhaps 5 star rating for its $35 price point. I think this wine needs another 3 years in cellar, and should absolutely rock any pasta dish you could throw at it.