Jonathan Ray in Spectator Life, 12th Oct 2020
Ranuccio Neri founded his estate among the ancient farm buildings of his family home in Campriano, near Siena, in 1993 before going on to study winemaking in both California and Bordeaux. He knows his stuff and this hits the spot. An un-oaked blend of 80 per cent Sangiovese, 15 per cent Canaiolo Nero and 5 per cent Ciliegiolo, it’s crammed with mouth-wateringly fresh, bitter cherry flavours along with a touch of spice, silky soft tannins and a keen acidity. It’s friendly, appealing and just crying out to be knocked back.