Fiorentini Vini - Castrocaro (FC)

(Cesena, Italy)

Tasted September 28, 2015 by quaglia with 182 views


An overview on the complete production of producer Fiorino Fiorentini in Castrocaro

Flight 1 (8 notes)

White - Sparkling
N.V. Fiorentini BVB Bianco delle Volture Bollicine Forlì IGT Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Forlì IGT
79 points
Demi-sec wine - 11,5%
Crystalline light straw yellow, with greenish tones. Abundant fine perlage.
Medium scale intensity and complexity at nose, as well as finess. Aromatic gentle notes of gooseberry, white honey, sugar cane and white flowers.
Off dry, with a medium body. Sugar is not disturbing at all, well balanced by a good acidity and minerality. Slightly bitter ending of almonds.
2014 Fiorentini Bianco delle Volture Forlì IGT Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Forlì IGT
78 points
Bright crystalline straw yellow.
Takes some time to open. Very delicate and medium complexity at nose, also if elegant. Slightly aromatic notes, with yellow fruit and white honey.
Dry, alcoholic (13%), with a medium intensity and finess. Good acidity, persistent, with a long mineral finish. Medium balanced, a bit too harsh at the moment.
2014 Fiorentini Albana di Romagna Cleonice Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Albana di Romagna DOCG
83 points
Intense, brilliant straw yellow, with greenish tones.
Intense, medium complex and fine at nose: Fruity: apricots, pear, pineapple and yellow flowers (ginesta);
Dry, alcoholic (14%) and rounded. Good acidity and minerality, with a subtle tannic sensation. Good body
Intense and persistent. Rich at taste, with fruit and a wood note. Alcohol a bit too high. Long mineral finish. Already balanced.
2012 Fiorentini Viola delle Volture Forlì IGT Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Forlì IGT
86 points
50% Sangiovese, 30% Cab. Sauv., 20% Shyraz. Passing Tonneaux
Intense, dark ruby red, with violet rim.
Intense, complex and fine at nose: Vegetal and spicy notes, covering a cooked fruit (plum): peperoni leaves, erbaceous, pepper, coffee. Violet notes on the background. Very rich and chewy.
Coherent at taste, same richness of black fruits and vegetal notes; fine and persistent.
Dry, alchol 13%. Good acidity and an elegant young tannin, also if not fully integrated. [80/85 AiS Rom 2016; 85/89 AiS 2015]
2013 Fiorentini Romagna Superiore Fiorone Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Romagna
80 points
Nice violet ruby red, consistent.
Intense at nose, with medium complexity and quality: Cherries and fresh fruit above all, violet, a vegetal note.
Dry, 13% alcohol, good acidity and minerality, with tannins still to be integrated, but not aggressive. Intense and med. persistent at taste. Good body.
2012 Fiorentini Sangiovese di Romagna Superiore Riserva Vigna dei Dottori Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Sangiovese di Romagna
83 points
Compact ruby red, with cherry rim.
Intense, complex and fine at nose: wood imprint at the beginning: sweet spices (vanilla); black fruit: cooked plum and elder; coffee notes.
Dry, alcoholic (13,5%) and rounded. Good acidity and medium minerality. Sweet but vigorous tannins, Intense, persistent and fine. Still to be balanced, despite of the rich nose. [AiS Rom. 80/85 2016]
2013 Fiorentini Nero delle Volture Forlì IGT Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Forlì IGT
85 points
Sangiovese 50%; Cab. Sauv 30%; Shyraz 20%. Passing barriques.
Intense, dark ruby red.
Intense, complex and fine at nose: a plentiful sensations of spices (black pepper, coffee, liquorice), black fruits and erbaceous.
Dry, alcoholic (13,5%), rounded. Good acidity, gentle tannins, also if young. Still to mature and balance.
Coherent at taste: intense, persistent and fine: full body, but still to evolve. Notes of liquorice and a rich fruit. [AiS Rom. 80/85 2016]
White - Sweet/Dessert
2010 Fiorentini Albana di Romagna MadamaDorè Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Albana di Romagna DOCG
86 points
Brilliant, consistent topaz yellow.
Intense, complex and fine at nose: dried apricots, agrumes zest and dried fruit, with a iodine note.
Sweet, alcoholic and well rounded, but well balanced by a high acidity and medium minerality.
Driving to a second glass by acidity reducing the sweetness sensation. [85/89 AiS 2015]


There is a common background in the whole production of the Fiorentini's cellar: and is given by the extreme cleaness and purity of all the wines. They are all correct and ready to drink also if just bottled. The reds will get better in a few years.
Nice experiment with the Fiorone Sangiovese, we had 3 bottles of the 2013 vintage, with 3 different corks 100 (very tight), 300 and 500 (very loose), resulting (just after 2 months) in 3 very distinctive maturation stages.

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