2007 Il Borghetto, Toscana IGT, Bilaccio (RT93+) More recent vintages are labeled IGP: Indicazione Geografica Protetta and production is now hovering around 7,000 bottles, up from 5,000 bottles with the 2007 vintage. Even so, this is a very small production wine and the quality is quite good. This 100% Sangiovese is a serious uplifting surprise for pure Sangiovese fans who love that slightly sweet bent to the fruit and impressively pure aromatics. Knowing that the wine is aged in 100% barrique, I was expecting a far more oaky wine than it turned out to be. Impressively clean and fruit driven, the bouquet is layered ripe red berry fruit, marked minerality and notes of white flowers and herbs. On the palate it is as pure and fresh as the bouquet suggests, delivering excellent balance of fruit, acidity and super ripe tannin. A real beauty, this relatively unknown wine rocks and has a pronounced cellaring upside. Glad I bought a six pack on release.