Fontodi

Syrah Case Via 2017

BIO

voluminös & kräftig
pikant & würzig
95–96
100
2
Syrah 100%
5
rot
15,0% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2022–2037
Verpackt in: 6er
3
Lobenberg: 95–96/100
Suckling: 96/100
Parker: 93/100
Galloni: 93/100
6
Italien, Toscana, Chianti und Vino Nobile
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Syrah Case Via 2017

95–96
/100

Lobenberg: Ein kräftiger und dabei doch sehr eleganter Syrah mit Aromen von schwarzen und roten Beeren, Schoko und ein wenig Pfeffer. Tolle Würze, könnte aus dem Roussillon kommen. 95-96/100

96
/100

Suckling über: Syrah Case Via

-- Suckling: A rich, intense syrah with aromas and flavors of green tobacco, dried meat and rich fruit. It’s full-bodied, yet tight and polished. Delicious at the end. Serious. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold. 96/100

93
/100

Parker über: Syrah Case Via

-- Parker: This is a fascinating expression of Syrah that does not fit into our preconceived expectations of the grape, whether from the Old World or the New. The Fontodi 2017 Syrah Case Via opens to a rich, inky dark appearance. I got a sweet note of butterscotch or caramel at the start, but that subsided quickly to make room for black fruit, toasted wood, campfire ash and ripe plum. The wine is not exactly varietally pure, especially if you identify with the toasty Shiraz camp of Australia or the meaty, white peppercorn camp of the Rhône. Instead, this wine has a vaguely carbonic level of energy, zest and ripe primary fruit. The fruit is dark, bold, rich and Tuscan, with a direct and sunny personality. 93/100

93
/100

Galloni über: Syrah Case Via

-- Galloni: The 2017 Syrah Case Via is dark, ample and enveloping. Blackberry, chocolate, leather, licorice and spice infuse the 2017 with striking intensity to match its plush, textured feel. The Fontodi Syrah is done in a style that emphasizes fruit and overall richness more than savoriness or minerality. 93/100

Mein Winzer

Fontodi

Das Landgut Fontodi liegt im Herzen des Chianti-Classico-Gebietes. Von hier blickt man in die südlich von Panzano gelegene "Goldmulde", jenes Tal, dessen Name schon seit Jahrzehnten für die prächtige Südhanglage seiner Reben bürgt.