Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised. It`s pale peach in color, with attractive hints of vanilla, herbs and grass. The acidity is relatively high, giving the wine a mouthwatering freshness and light tannins. The citrus edge is very fresh and very shows on the finish. Named after the 13th-century house that was burned down by enemy forces, this Tuscan red opens with aromas of underbrush, tobacco leaf, dark spice and a touch of dried plum. The smooth, accessible palate offers up red cherry, fleshy cherry, tobacco and cinnamon alongside polished tannins. Jammy on the nose, but a little heavy and soft, especially at this price. The palate is smooth but not smooth, while the flavors are of cherries and blackberries, with a sweet, coddling of melted chocolate. Finishes mostly dry, with a faint hint of mint. Very appealing, but not all that concentrated.