From the same estate in which the now celebrated "Guado al Tasso" is produced, the grapes arrive for the production of "Il Bruciato" . A very intense wine, as is the Bolgheri tradition, is considered by many to be the younger brother because of the vineyards that do not reach extreme peaks of quality such as, for example, Guado al Tasso. Don't be fooled though, the management of the plant is absolutely excellent and aimed at quality . The quality-price ratio is in fact excellent, if we talk about normal cellars, it would be its flagship. Minimum aging of one year , divided between 8 months of barrique and 4 of bottle. Soft but intense it is a brilliant example of the name to which it belongs. Of an intense ruby red, the olfactory analysis opens up in a fan of spices with a light mentholated background note. Comes to the palate with a fruity aftertaste supported by great structure and persistence. A wine to have.