| Wine Spectator 88 points (Jun 15 2013)
This is fruity, with cherry, strawberry and subtle spice flavors in a straightforward style. Moderate length. Sangiovese. Drink now. –BS
Wine Advocate 88 points (Aug 2010)
Bibi Graetz’s 2009 Casamatta Rosso (Sangiovese) is a plump, juicy red perfect for informal drinking. Ripe cherries, flowers, licorice and spices come together nicely on a mid-weight frame. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2012. ”
The 2011 Casamatta Rosso is an attractive, juicy wine bursting with sweet red berries, flowers, licorice, mint and spices. It shows lovely body and depth in a fresh, vinous style best suited for near-term drinking. Aging should not be a problem, as I imagine most bottles will be long gone by the time that is an issue. The Casamatta Rosso is a terrific value, too. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2014.