This one is less developed compared to my last bottle from the same batch. Some brick red colour on the rim but not really developed a lot. More perfumed and complex nose to start with, and on the palate it is more the character that I can recall from tasting a Cannubis Bochis at Sandrone's home - my last bottle lacked the kind of character and strength. Breathed for an hour before drinking which we drank over a hotpot meal - not an ideal choice. Mix of red fruits & vegetal flavours on palate, less minty as the last one. The bottle is holding better than I expected. Recommend leaving it to breathe 2-3 hours before drinking in such condition. A good one. 16+/20
Rather balsamic & aged nose to start but it clears after 30-45 mins. Colour shows slight garnet tint but core colour intact, slightly aged. No signs of balsamic & aged character on palate, get rather minty on nose & palate after 1 hour. The fruits aren't prominent here. Tannin is here but not stringent nor dominating.
Not as strong character as other Cannubi Boschis that I have tasted before as those usually left a strong impression. It's a balance & round wine which I usually think Le Vigne will be like that. 15.5/20
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