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Biserno 2019
98 Points
September 8, 2022

Sophisticated aromas of blackcurrants and blueberries with fresh herbs, such as fresh sage and rosemary. Graceful and complex. Full-bodied with very fine, driven tannins that are sleek and polished. The palate goes on for minutes. 32% cabernet franc, 32% cabernet sauvignon, 30% merlot and 6% petit verdot. Already beautiful, but in two or four years it will be poetry. Drink or hold.

– James Suckling
Biserno 2019
92 Points
Wine Spectator
July 25, 2022

A linear, even racy, style, this red evokes black currant, blackberry, plum, tobacco and rosemary flavors. Firms up, with grainy tannins on the spicy finish, yet is well-balanced and intense overall. Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Best from 2024 through 2035.

– Bruce Sanderson
Biserno 2018
96 Points
August 31, 2021

You can feel the warm days and cool nights of the 2018 season in the even ripeness of this wine’s fruit, and in the lively acidity that infuses this wine’s dark plum and black-currant flavors. The wine rested for 15 months in French-oak barriques (85% new), gaining notes of ginger and black pepper and a caramel richness that amplifies the rich fruit.

– Stephanie Johnson
Biserno 2017
94 Points
Wine Enthusiast
June 18, 2021

A blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, this has aromas of black-skinned berries, French oak, underbrush and Mediterranean scrub. The firm, full-bodied palate features cassis, licorice, vanilla and a hint of grilled bell pepper alongside assertive, fine-grained tannins.

– Kerin O'Keefe
Biserno 2017
92 Points
Ken's Wine
May 10, 2021

This deep purple colored Super Tuscan wine opens with a tomato leaf, raisin, black olive and oak bouquet with a hint of rye bread. On the palate, this wine is medium bodied, nicely balanced and very smooth. The flavor profile is a black olive and dried black cherry blend with notes of oak and espresso. We also detected hints of anise, black plum, balsamic drizzle and black pepper. The finish is dry and its dusty tannins stick around for quite a while.

– Ken Hoggins
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