The 2015 Bruno di Rocca is the estate’s Cabernet Sauvignon/Sangiovese blend. Black cherry tobacco, mocha, leather spice and grilled herbs are some of the notes that infuse this powerful, broad red with considerable character. There is certainly no shortage of depth or concentration, but ultimately this is hallowed ground for Sangiovese. Bruno di Rocca, while a very good wine in its peer group, can’t match the Sangioveses here.
92pts Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media