- Siepi 2020 has been released for £720 per 12×75.
- The wine has a score of 95-points from The Wine Advocate
- The 2019 and 2016 vintages look good value.
The Mazzei Family’s Siepi 2020 has been released through La Place de Bordeaux for €56 per bottle ex-négociant. The wine is being offered internationally for £720 per case of 12-bottles.
Several back vintages appear to offer value over the 2020. See more pricing analysis below.
Monica Larner (The Wine Advocate) gave the wine 95-points and said it was a ‘terrific vintage’ for a wine with ‘enormous elegance and depth’.
Antonio Galloni (Vinous) gave it 96-points, calling it ‘incredibly inviting’ but also ‘very young and not fully expressing its potential’.
Jane Anson also gave the wine a rating of 96 and said it was ‘juicy, with so much tension and elegance’.
The 95-point 2018 is also available at a discount of 15.2%.
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