Loaded and bright in its ruby guise, Giorgio Primo stands out, by the glass, for shine and cleanliness, a prelude to a range of sensations as wide as elegant. The nose expresses an intriguing complexity given by notes of black currant, plum and morello cherry that accompany sweet sensations of tobacco, vanilla and coffee, corroborated by a deep balsamic vein. The gustatory structure is of extreme roundness and balance, despite the imposing tannins, but still noble and soft. The finish is tasty and creamy, very persistent.
What does this wine taste like?
|Rosso rubino / Intenso / Luminoso|
|Prugna / Amarena sotto spirito / Cassis / Cannella / Vaniglia|
|Avvolgente / Di corpo / Tannino ben integrato / Fruttato / Persistente|
Drinking and storing
Cured cheeses, Pecorino toscano, Carni rosse alla griglia, Pasta with bolognese sauce, Cervo con salsa di ribes
Ratings and awards
A true Super Tuscan
In my book, this is a true Super Tuscan! The 2013 Giorgio Primo (50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot) is a standout wine, a sumptuous deep red that combines power and intensity with freshness and smoothness. The flavor spectrum is dominated by dark fruit, spice and Mediterranean herbs. And the palate sensation is one of richness, covered in velvet. If you want to enjoy it in full, put it in a dark corner of your cellar and try to forget it for at least the next five years.by: Tommy (23/02/2020) - Vintage 2016
great wine the first time I try this wine, and what an experience, this wine was really good, I will follow the coming vintages,is really recommendedby: B.A (08/11/2017) - Vintage 2013
Es ya un gran vino, pero según pasaban las horas en el decantador, mostraba más a las claras su terrible potencial. Yo me he comprado dos botellas: una, para beberla ahora y otra, para guardarla y abrirla (si la impaciencia me lo permite) dentro de unos años.by: Dusonchet (06/06/2017) - Vintage 2013
Ce vin mériterait d'attendre encore 2-3 ans avant d'être degusté. Des notes de fruits rouges et d'epuces me font penser que ce vinfait partie des grands vins italiens
Fattoria La Massa
Having left the Chianti Classico consortium for years, Giampaolo Motta, with a past in the leather sector, has converted some of the finest Panzano in Chianti plots into Bordeaux vineyards. The maniacal harvest and vinification, in perfect Bordeaux style, is followed by aging in partially new barrique, which combined with the grapes from the other side of the Alps is a straight-forward, territorial and masterfully conducted Sangiovese. A futuristic cellar, a jewel of functional...