Tested wine: Sensi Chianti DOCG Biological Wine, year 2012, price PLN 19.99 per bottle (0,75), purchased in January 24, 2014 in Biedronka, Białystok – Poland. Bottled by Sensi Vigne e Vini Ltd. – Lamporecchio Italy (red dry, grape varieties: sangiovese, canaiolo).
Sensi Chianti DOCG Biological Wine, year 2012, price PLN 19.99 per bottle (0,75). Our test says about this bottle of wine (repeatability on a few bottles not tested): rating 4* – excellent, 99 PPFPP. Almost outstanding, I recommend it, in addition, it’s a biological wine (although, whether the wine is not always biological? Does this mean that other wines are produced against nature?)
Approaching with a certain mistrust another Italian classic, although tempted by its “biological” nature, as it is like a shout from Italy, Madonna Santa, nothing here is contrived! I was afraid to tread on thin ice, but what a surprise. Its colour is, according to the template of sangiovese, dark ruby red, the walls of the glass have no traces, so the wine is clear and clean. After having opened the bottle some smelt of cole, but I always leave the bottle opened for 4-5 hours, after this time the cabbage is gone, fruit remain (cherries, raspberries, strawberries) and some far, very far, smell of wood. The mouth medium large, round with a hint of acidity, a little acrid palate of pepper, a little bitterness, all in a measure, without any exaggeration. The after-taste of medium length, without any complications. This bottle of wine was rather masculine in its character, not from mountains, rather lowland slightly transient, with the sun filling the body.
The rating according to ” PPFPP „: 0 * – wine defective, not suitable for drinking, we do not recommend it (50-79 PPFPP), 1 * – so-so (80-85 PPFPP), 2 * – good (86-89 PPFPP), 3 * – very good (90-95 PPFPP), 4 * – excellent (96-99 PPFPP), 5 * – outstanding (100 PPFPP).