Diadema Super Tuscan 2010 Toscana Rosso Swarovski Bottle Top 100 JS 2012!

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The crown jewel centerpiece in your own regal feast, Diadema may be flashy in the bottle, but is equally substantial in the glass. Broadly aromatic floral notes accentuate a velvety palate, oozing elegance and luxury. It's easy to see how this is ranking so highly on regional top lists. In a vintage of great Supertuscans, this is definitely a class apart.
93 Points - James Suckling!
"Very floral with lavender and rose aromas. Full body, with silky tannins and a beautiful core of sweet fruit. Lots of new wood. Drink now."
91 Points - WTSO Members!

Wine Ratings

93 - James Suckling!
91 - Wine Spectator!
91 - Wine Enthusiast!


Unit Size750.00 ML
VarietalRed Blend
GrapeSangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah
Alcohol Content14.00%

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Diadema Wine & Champagne Toscana Rosso Super Tuscan 2010
Embellished with Swarovski Crystals

By James Suckling
Diadema Toscana
Score: 93

Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Vintage: 2010
Tasting Note: Very floral with lavender and rose aromas. Full body, with silky tannins and a beautiful core of sweet fruit. Lots of new wood. Drink now. August 29th, 2012

By Wine Spectator
DIADEMA Toscana 2010
Score: 91

Release Price: $150
Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Issue: Oct 15, 2012
Black cherry and plum flavors are both ripe and fresh in this lush, inviting red, which is balanced and graceful, yet exhibits a structure that keeps it defined and persistent. Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Best from 2013 through 2023. -BS

By Wine Enthusiast
Diadema 2010 Diadema Red (Toscana)
Special Designation: Cellar Selection
Points: 91

Price: $150.00
Designation: Diadema
Varietal: Red Blend
Appellation: Toscana, Tuscany, Italy
Winery: Diadema
Alcohol: 14.00%
Bottle Size: 750.00 ml
Category: Red
Importer: Superior Wine Selections
In Magazine: 12/31/2012
Monica Larner
With glittering diamonds encrusted in the glass of the bottle, Diadema would make a beautiful presentation at an elegant dinner. A blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah, this opens with modern tones of black fruit, chocolate and spice. The mouthfeel is smooth, long and rich. (12/31/2012) -91

By Diadema Wine & Champagne
Rosso IGT Toscana
Technical Details
Oenologist: Stefano Chioccioli
Landscape: Hilly
Varieties: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah
Ageing: In French oak barriques of 225 lt. for 16 months
Refining: In the bottle for minimum 6 months
Tasting Notes
Diadema Rosso is an exceptional Tuscan red wine, made from a rigorous selection of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah grapes. The wine's colour is a deep ruby red with a hint of violet. The nose shows a rich and aromatic medley of spices and fruit. Wild red berries, underbrush, smooth spices, chocolate, roasted coffee and cinchona. The tannins are massive but elegant, fully integrated into a well-balanced, generous structure. During the long finish mineral notes give again a great freshness. Diadema Rosso was matured in small French oak barriques for 16 months plus another 6 months in the bottle.
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Winemaker Stefano Chioccioli
Born in Tuscany, Stefano Chioccioli embraced the academics of winemaking. Stefano graduated cum laude with an agricultural science degree from the University of Florence in 1984, and that same year he became a certified enologist. The following year he attained certification as an agronomist. At the time of this achievement, it was very rare in Tuscany to find someone with both certifications. From 1985 to 1992, he worked for the Chianti Ruffino estate, developing the winery's viticultural and enological activities. From 1992 to the present day, he has been a freelance consulting agronomist/enologist. Chioccioli is a member of several influential Tuscan DOCG tasting committees and continues to attempt to perfect the art of winemaking. Early in his career he created his own philosophy on viticulture and oenology, with one single crucial component, ripeness of the grape. Truly ripe grapes, he believes, makes the wine itself, and no sleight of hand can manipulate this.
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