Top by Gentleman: the best red wines in Italy according to critics
Top by Gentleman: the best red wines in Italy according to critics


Top by Gentleman: the best red wines in Italy according to critics

Top by Gentleman: the best red wines in Italy according to critics

What are the best Italian red wines for the national and international critics? To tell us, there is "Gentleman" with its top 10 compiled by adding up the preferences of the seven major wine guides in Italy. The magazine also has compiled the top 5 of Italian red wines in vogue according to international critics.



"Gentleman", the monthly magazine of "Milano Finanza", of January–February 2015. The monthly magazine translated into homogeneous votes the votes of the 7 most authoritative wine guides: Gambero Rosso, L’Espresso, Veronelli, Bibenda, Vitae, Cernilli, Maroni.



The Top 10 of Italian red wines for national critics

At the first position of the top 10 of Italian red wines there is Sassicaia 2011 by Tenuta San Guido, in the second position Paléo Rosso 2011 by Le Macchiole. Third position for Primitivo di Manduria Es 2012 by Gianfranco Fino.

Fourth position for Oreno 2011 by Tenuta Sette Ponti (#4), to follow, Nobile di Montepulciano Il Nocio 2010 by Poderi Boscarelli (5), Sapaio 2011 by Podere Sapaio (6). Seventh position for Duemani 2011 by Duemani (7). The eighth position is a dead heat for Torgiano Rubesco Riserva Vigna Monticchio 2009 by Lungarotti (8), and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo San Calisto 2011 by Valle Reale. Ninth position for Taurasi Radici 2008 by Mastroberardino (9). The tenth position is a dead heat of four prestigious red wines: I Sodi di San Niccolò 2010 by Castellare di Castellina, Grattamacco 2011 by Podere Grattamacco, Galatrona 2011 by the Petrolo Farm, Solaia 2011 by Antinori.



The top 5 of Italian red wines by the international critics In addition, "Gentleman" searched for the scores given in cents by "Wine Spectator" and the critic Robert Parker, adding them, where present, to the Italian total.

At the top, Sassicaia 2011, second position for I Sodi di San Niccolò 2010. In third position, the famous Tignanello 2011 by Antinori. To follow, Brunello di Montalcino 2009 by Biondi Santi (#4) and Brunello di Montalcino Riserva 2008 by Poggio di Sotto (#5).
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