Avg Score 14

Voliero

Vintage Country Region Average Price Grape Variety
2011 Italy Tuscany £12 Sangiovese,

Tim Atkin MW

10

Mid-garnet/brick red. Light, slightly insubstantial nose. Palate also a little thin and one-dimensional. A wine that lacks depth. Dry tannins, not much fruit, and a faintly gamey undertone. Can’t see this improving.

Nicholas Belfrage

15

Medium deep color; a little dumb on the nose, but a very “Sangiovese” structure on the palate, with quite fierce acidity (associated with cooler years) and wild cherry fruit, while tannins are reasonably in check, if firm. Needs a bit of time; drink 2015+.

Bruno Besa

17

Deep garnet to tawny rim. Intense, refined, mineral nose, with mature red cherries, cinnamon, and cedarwood. Medium to full body, with elegant, sweet red fruit and long, mineral, complex finish.