At the time of writing, Antonio Galloni (Vinous) is the only critic to have scored the wine. He awarded it 96-points and described it as ‘wonderfully sleek and racy’.
Today’s release is coming to the market slightly above the lower-scoring 2019 (95-points). However, the 2020 is still the second-cheapest recent vintage on the market. It is also available at a 8.2% discount to the equally-scored 2014.
For those looking at other options, the higher-scoring 2018 is available at a 13% premium to today’s release. The wine was also awarded 98-points from Monica Larner (Wine Advocate), who said: ‘the 2016 vintage was a benchmark for sure, but I prefer the 2018, thanks to that tinge of nostalgia or emotion that is so deftly rendered in this cool, long growing season’.
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