Tuscany continues to produce world-class wines at every price level.

2013 was an epic vintage for the region, with critic James Suckling stating, “The 2013 vintage…produced many superb wines.”

We just received in our final allocation of one of the Top Tuscan Wines of 2013, the 98 point 2013 Castello di Ama L’Apparita. Castello di Ama L’Apparita is the Petrus of Italy, but for much less.

“...a real stunner. Deep, explosive and beautifully layered in the glass, the 2013 possesses stunning nuance...built more on finesse than power. The translucence and total sense of elegance here are both truly remarkable. In short, this is a memorable edition for one of Tuscany's very finest wines. Layers of rich, dark fruit, spice, leather and smoke infuse the creamy, voluptuous finish…” – Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

Only 520 cases were produced of this historic Merlot. That’s 1/5th the production of 2013 Masseto, which wine critic Antonio Galloni scored 97 points and trades up to $799 per bottle.

The 98 point 2013 Castello di Ama L’Apparita was released at $218 per bottle, but you can score this legend now for only $149 per bottle. We have very limited quantity available, so act quickly!