Castello dei Rampolla Sammarco Vino da Tavola 1995

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  • Vinous

    Antonio Galloni
    October 2015
    96 Another superb wine, the 1995 Sammarco is absolutely stellar. Here it is the wine's finish and persistence that stand out above all else. Sweet, perfumed and silky - but with plenty of Sammarco power - the 1995 hits all the right spots. The wine's inner sweetness, perfume and overall exoticism are the signature of a late harvest.
  • Wine Spectator

    James Suckling
    December 15, 1998
    93 A big, juicy and voluptuous red with lots of everything. Intense aromas of berry, currant and chocolate follow through to the full-bodied palate. Loads of concentrated fruit and velvety tannins. Long, long finish. Best after 2001. 3,150 cases made.
  • Wine Advocate

    Robert Parker
    August 1999
    92 The glorious, dark ruby/purple-colored 1995 Sammarco vino da tavola (primarily Cabernet Sauvignon with 30%-35% Sangiovese) is a rich, full-bodied, complex super-Tuscan reminiscent of a northern Graves from Pessac-Leognan. Notes of tobacco, tar, lead pencil, roasted herbs, and copious black cherries and cassis slowly emerge as the wine sits in the glass. It is full-bodied and elegant, with flavors of black cherries, cassis, and roasted minerals. Pure, rich, and structured, but notably tannic in the finish, this wine should be at its finest between 2003-2018.
  • International Wine Cellar

    Stephen Tanzer
    January 2000
    91+ Saturated ruby-red. Superripe aromas of red berry confiture, tobacco and earth. Dense, powerful and very deep, with enticingly warm, lush flavors of plum, currant and tobacco. This wine couldn't be from anywhere but Tuscany. Finishes with tongue-clenching but ripe tannins.