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Ornellaia 2020

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14.50% /
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Vintage: 2020
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    With its usual deep ruby red color, Ornellaia 2020 stands out on the nose with ripe red fruits, delicate vanilla, and gentle tobacco notes. Upon tasting, the wine reveals itself to be rounded and velvety, making an enjoyable and engaging first impression that entices for a second sip. The tannins are dense yet elegant and the finish proves to be savoury and enduring.

    Blend: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot

    75 reviews for Ornellaia 2020

    1. Doreen Stephenson

      The ’16 Ornellaia is a classic with silky textures, brisk acidity, and a long spicy finish.

    2. Timothy Raines

      2016 Ornellaia red is the star of the evening with great potential. Sexy, concentrated with black fruit, spice, cigar box, and cedar.

    3. Sarah Beyl

      Tense structure like 2014, but more potential. Mineral to the palate, better than suave 2015. Nice wines.

    4. George Hara

      Short Review: Exceptional.

    5. Marie Cecena

      Superb.

    6. Edison Moore

      2016 Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC superiore is a complex wine with a rich, opulent and fruity taste. It has a great acidity that balances its richness. It is a long-distance runner that will benefit from some cellar aging.

    7. Staci Leeder

      Deep ruby with pronounced cherry, dark berries, nutmeg, and tobacco aromas. Dry, high acid, well-balanced with young, integrated tannins. Progressive layers and long finish. Enjoy alone or with smoked meats. Cellar remaining bottles.

    8. Harold Panzarino

      Lush blackberry fruits, blackcurrant compote, and pure tannins. Wait 10 years for perfection.

    9. Juan So

      Clear deep ruby with a medium plus nose of blueberry, vanilla, leather, and rosemary. Dry with high acidity, tannins, and alcohol. Medium plus body and flavor intensity with a hint of sweet black licorice. Outstanding quality with a long finish. Drinkable now but better to wait a few years. 160k bottles made.

    10. Jeff Jones

      Fruit-forward and modern wine at ambitious price.

    11. Richard Booth

      Cellar Night at Binnys South Loop (Chicago, IL): Complex beauty.

    12. Diane Dawson

      Ripe fruits and wood spices, lacks finesse.

    13. James Nurse

      2016 Bordeaux vs Tuscany: Closed, hints of potential. Wood, walnuts, currants, tobacco taste. Tannic, bitter finish from oak. Needs time but pedigree shines.

    14. Richard Perry

      Dense and sensual, this ruby wine has complex flavors of cassis, tobacco, sandalwood, and vanilla. With medium to full body, high alcohol, and medium to high acidity, it has a long and prominent finish. Best to wait a few years before opening the next bottle.

    15. Nicholas Alvarado

      Approachable and seriously good, this vintage has an x-factor. Highly recommended.

    16. Martha Edwards

      Not ready yet. Wait 5-8 years. Good structure, classic Ornellaia. Highly recommended for the style.

    17. Walter Mullin

      Great balance, beautiful texture. Outstanding vintages. 2013 (tannic), 2016 (approachable).

    18. John Rivera

      Young and approachable, the 2016 Ornellaia is worth popping open now and will be even better in 10 years. 94 pts.

    19. Rhonda Miller

      Excellent tension and complexity on the palate with notes of purple and black fruits, camphor, tobacco, sweet vanilla, tar, leather, minerals and black olive. Delicious despite its youth, with a lingering long finish. Superb and spot on! 96+.

    20. Sandra Alexander

      2016 Ornellaia has a perfumed and subtle taste with notes of plum, dark cherry, leather, clove, and cedar. It’s seductive, soft, and polished. Best to try after 2025.

    21. James Obrien

      “Rich bouquet of cassis, tobacco, and cedar. Dark fruit with cedar, dense but not heavy. Drink from 2024. (2017 Bolgheri Superiore, 56% Cab Sauv, 25% Merlot, 10% Petit Verdot, 9% Cab Franc)”

    22. Lucille Rogers

      Nangkang wine exhibit tasting: Good tannic and strength complexity. Too young initially, improves with decanting. Needs time to develop.

    23. Delora Freeman

      Rich bouquet of red berries, forest floor and sweet tobacco. Closed palate with plum, cherry, earth and green herbs. Exceptionally long finish. Wait many years.

    24. Russell Mallen

      Deep garnet with a nose of tobacco, leather, spice, chocolate, cassis, and red fruit. The palate is structured with firm tannins, fruit, and oak flavors. Needs 4-5 years to integrate.

    25. Danny Brown

      Structured, black fruit and leather aromas. Smooth finish. Retaste in 4-5 years.

    26. Lee Stuemke

      Excellent wine!

    27. Shelli Closson

      Fruit-driven elegance with ripe, firm tannins. At least 10 more years. Better than Sassi 2016. 97+.

    28. Isaac Kidd

      Merlot takes a backseat to pronounced Cab Franc and Cab Sauv flavors. Spicy and herbal with a lovely entry and good fruit spread. Enjoy now or cellar for later. Slightly sandpapery tannins with a long finish.

    29. Mary Walker

      2018 O vintage is soft, fruity and well-structured. Each varietal component separately is interestingly different and the blend is a wonderful combination. Delicious now but will improve with age. Axel compared the blend to a rock band. Overall, well done!

    30. Robert Nolette

      Ornellaia’s latest vintage lacks identity, character, and is overpriced. Best Merlot grapes are now going into Masseto, leaving a gap in its blend.

    31. Anna Terry

      Dark core, balsamic notes, fresh wood, smooth tannins, 14.5% alcohol, improves with time. Far from Ornellaia 2004.

    32. Melissa Rowland

      Great wine, but too young. Decanted for 3 hours. Tannic, good acidity. New oak and fruity, with Mediterranean herbs. Layered flavors. Open next bottle in 10 years.

    33. Bessie Laverdiere

      Review: Dark plum color with aromas of black fruit, licorice, and tobacco. Full-bodied with a long finish, but slightly unbalanced.

    34. Evette Serrano

      Young and sensuous wine. Deep garnet color with plum, cassis, cinnamon, and pomegranate notes. Tannins evident with a silky mouthfeel. Best to wait for 5+ years.

    35. Crystal Abernathy

      Review: Aarhus Plan B – Youthful and tough to drink with lots of blackberry, cherry and mint. A warm and rich Bordeaux blend that needs many years in the cellar due to its 15% abv.

    36. Deborah King

      Balanced tannins with notes of dark fruits, chocolate, and coffee. Medium acidity.

    37. Melinda Jackson

      Restrained nose with black cherry notes and oaky spice. Needs more time to open up but has great structure. Will revisit.

    38. Darlene Ramos

      Young and promising, this Ornellaia boasts notes of blackberry, leather, and tar. Polished tannins will integrate by 2026, but the vintage shows incredible potential and will evolve into a quintessential Ornellaia in 5 years.

    39. Peter Williamson

      Smooth and great wine.

    40. Maria Graham

      Excellent.

    41. Dianne Cox

      Complex and enjoyable. Dark core and red rim with notes of dark berries, ripe plum, and honey. Super smooth tannins and perfect acidity with a long finish. A bit hot from alcohol but still very balanced. No bitterness.

    42. Elijah Adams

      Old world, new world; old friends, new friends (sfwl’s deck in warm and sunny Noe Valley), : THIS TN IS FOR THE 2017 ORNELLAIA SOLARE; SEE NOTE AT BOTTOM. Brian’s wonderful red contribution to wineapalooza; I know he opened it beforehand, but don’t know for how long or if it was decanted, but it was definitely ready to go when we broke the seal. On the very vibrant nose and palate, sweet and savory black currants and cherries, blackberries, and plums; charred earth; ground spice; leather; minerality; dark florals; cinnamon, and tobacco. Deep purple, full-bodied, medium to full legs. Medium+ tannins and acidity which were partially integrated, but to the extent not, well balanced by fruit and secondary notes, no heat despite the 15% abv, but with that wonderful incandescence like the Dal Forno. Tremendous persistence, complexity and intensity. My first bottle of Ornellaia, and while youthful and energetic, it wasn’t unharmonious in any way. Terrific Bordeaux style blend in which the CS gave complexity, the merlot roundness, the CF lift (I must confess I’m never sure exactly what I’m supposed to be tasting in a PV). As mentioned, shockingly good to go on the pour, but it deepened and became more expressive over the course of the afternoon, all the more so with the small pour left over–thank you so much, Brian, for leaving!–on night 2. The fruit is extraordinary, but unlike the Covert, the structure and savoriness really add profundity, which, while already impressive, seem certain to increase greatly over the coming years, nay, decades. Great with the charcuterie and on the second night, lasagna, but more than balanced and elegant enough to stand on its own. If I had one or 2 bottles, I’d hold or give them plenty of air, but if you’re lucky enough to have a bunch, no reason not to find a special occasion–except for my fortunate CT friends for whom this kind of thing is a regular occasion quaff–and let it rip. Like the Tusk at the prior tasting, if this esteemed group of wines were to be reconvened in the future, this could well climb to the top of the medal stand, but no disgrace being just a bit behind the Favia and Dal Forno on this date. As a side note, this bottling is a bit of a mystery to me, as it has the same grapes in the same proportions as the “standard” Ornellaia, and for the 12 vintages of this wine, there are zero (yep, a big goose egg) TNs, so, at the risk of violating CT protocol, I’m copying this TN into the “standard” Ornellaia section (yeah, I also love attention). I note that some Solares have a particularly artistic label, but this one did not. 96-97+++

    43. Henry Sanchez

      Old world, new world; old friends, new friends (sfwl’s deck in warm and sunny Noe Valley), : Brian’s wonderful red contribution to wineapalooza; I know he opened it beforehand, but don’t know for how long or if it was decanted, but it was definitely ready to go when we broke the seal. On the very vibrant nose and palate, sweet and savory black currants and cherries, blackberries, and plums; charred earth; ground spice; leather; minerality; dark florals; cinnamon, and tobacco. Deep purple, full-bodied, medium to full legs. Medium+ tannins and acidity which were partially integrated, but to the extent not, well balanced by fruit and secondary notes, no heat despite the 15% abv, but with that wonderful incandescence like the Dal Forno. Tremendous persistence, complexity and intensity. My first bottle of Ornellaia, and while youthful and energetic, it wasn’t unharmonious in any way. Terrific Bordeaux style blend in which the CS gave complexity, the merlot roundness, the CF lift (I must confess I’m never sure exactly what I’m supposed to be tasting in a PV). As mentioned, shockingly good to go on the pour, but it deepened and became more expressive over the course of the afternoon, all the more so with the small pour left over–thank you so much, Brian, for leaving!–on night 2. The fruit is extraordinary, but unlike the Covert, the structure and savoriness really add profundity, which, while already impressive, seem certain to increase greatly over the coming years, nay, decades. Great with the charcuterie and on the second night, lasagna, but more than balanced and elegant enough to stand on its own. If I had one or 2 bottles, I’d hold or give them plenty of air, but if you’re lucky enough to have a bunch, no reason not to find a special occasion–except for my fortunate CT friends for whom this kind of thing is a regular occasion quaff–and let it rip. Like the Tusk at the prior tasting, if this esteemed group of wines were to be reconvened in the future, this could well climb to the top of the medal stand, but no disgrace being just a bit behind the Favia and Dal Forno on this date. As a side note, this bottling is a bit of a mystery to me, as it has the same grapes in the same proportions as the “standard” Ornellaia, and for the 12 vintages of this wine, there are zero (yep, a big goose egg) TNs, so, at the risk of violating CT protocol, I’m copying this TN into the “standard” Ornellaia section (yeah, I also love attention). I note that some Solares have a particularly artistic label, but this one did not. 96-97+++

    44. Rena Almeida

      Deep ruby Merlot with intense nose of cherries, plums, blackberries, smoke, and crushed rocks. Full bodied with chewy ripe tannins and good acidity. Dark, brooding with a great finish. Needs 5 years to come into harmony.

    45. James Triche

      Good, but too young. Needs time to reach full potential. Don’t drink now, save for later.

    46. Zachary Mendez

      Young but drinkable. Lush, intense, and long. Fine tannins. Best to wait before opening.

    47. Amber Garvey

      Bolgheri 2019 Anteprima is highly regarded for a reason. Smooth, balanced and a flowery finish.

    48. Krystle Hernandez

      Arabba falls short compared to Sassicaia. Cherry fruit profile and excessive unripe Merlot.

    49. Lenora Donegan

      Silky smooth tannins with blackberries, mocha, cassis and leather.

    50. Helen Clarke

      Dark red with red berries, hay, and balsamic notes. Super fine tannins, balanced acidity, and medium finish. Drank with Ornellaia 1993. Better to wait for 2019 for greater aromatic complexity.

    51. Buck Covert

      Complex bouquet with pleasant oak, herbs, and spices. Great on the palate with dark berries, laurel, fresh acidity, and round tannin. Enormous length and a great future. 94+.

    52. Michael Hirtz

      Zass restaurant in Positano: great choice for an anniversary dinner.

    53. Emily Watanabe

      Excellent Ornellaia, steps up from Luce. Cassis, blackberry, dark earth, round tannins, wonderful finish. 94/95.

    54. Danny Rabinowitz

      Artistic winery, Ornellaia 2019 is a must-buy with velvet texture, high tannins, floral, dark chocolate, and elegance. No decant required.

    55. John Streeter

      Consistent and perfect pairing with 1.2 kilo Florentine steak. Tasted thrice in 24 hours.

    56. Susan Foster

      Young with overly ripe fruits and lacking tannic structure. Tignanello was better. Needs proper testing with decant, cooler room, and more age.

    57. Tyrone Robinson

      More balsamic notes, freshly peeled tree bark, fine tannins, fruit in the mouth, thick yet perfectly balanced acidity.

    58. Jennifer Powell

      Young super Tuscan, elegant, quality present but reserved. Potential to develop further with age. 92-93 now, try again in 15 years.

    59. Nathan Lopez

      Garnet-colored wine with ripe fruit aromas of dark cherries, blackberries, and currants, with earthy and spicy notes. Medium-full bodied with a balanced and smooth texture, plush, ripe fruit flavors of dark cherries, blackberries, and plums. Lingering finish.

    60. Monica Darnell

      Ripe fruit, minerality, bitter liquorice and tea. Prominent oak and wood tannins.

    61. Walter Safford

      Tenuta dell’Ornellaia offers glittering and glamorous wines. The 2019 Ornellaia is a great wine with ripe fruit and minerality, but it might not meet some expectations. It is rated 93 points now and may improve over time.

    62. Randy Jones

      Delicious nose of saddle leather, black berry, plum, cherry, slate, and a touch of bitters. Mouth-filling fruit with soft tannins on the long finish.

    63. Karen Winn

      Ornellaia 2019: Super vintage with a balanced acidity, lively red fruit nose, and velvety mouthfeel. Ultra-long finish.

    64. Brenda Oneill

      Tenuta dell’Ornellaia Bolgheri Superiore Ornellaia is arguably one of the two most well known/famous SuperTuscan wines (other Sassicaia) delivering excellence in the glass. Instead of posting general information on the winery, how much I love the wine and the visit earlier this year- I prefer to highlight perhaps a lesser known mission that is near and dear to my heart- oh and the wine ROCKS in 2019 (tasting note towards the end)., , Ornellaia Vendemmia d’Artista celebrates the unique character of each new vintage of Ornellaia. Every year contemporary artist creates a work of art and a series of limited edition labels drawing inspiration from the single word chosen by the Winemaker to describe the character of the new vintage. The artwork is then embodied on alternate bottlings – one the typical wine bottle label with the other showcasing the artistry- which like Chateau Mouton are something to behold in person. Touring the estate and witnessing these works of art come to life is simply fascinating., , Further and what may be the most rewarding aspect of owning and enjoying this wine (newly devoted consumer with this 2019 vintage) is their commitment to the seeing impaired., As part of their mission, Ornellaia donates proceeds of their wine sales to the seeing impaired via the “Mind’s Eye program, which was established by the Guggenheim’s Education Department, helps blind and low-vision persons to experiment with art through using all the senses. The program boosts creative impressions, emotional connections and memories, whose perception lasts over time. As in art, the appreciation of fine wines requires the involvement of all the sense”s- and this charitable endeavor works to support the same for everyone., , 2019 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia Bolgheri Superiore Ornellaia or Simply Ornellaia. Each year they encapsulate a word to best represent the vintage, this year is it “il vigore” strength and power however the new house style is more around refinement/elegance which as you reflect on this wine it comes together nicely. Having had the opportunity to taste this wine now on four separate occasions, I am confident with time this will be an absolute stunner- this vintage upped the cabernet creating a 60/30 split rounded out with petit Verdot and Cab Franc- funny as I learn toward exceptional Merlot vs Cabernet and would have guessed a higher merlot percentage in this cuvee. First experience was BTG in Bolgheri- (a few times), then at Ornellaia and now at @anhelorestaurant in downtown Phoenix. This wine is jam packed with deep dark ripe fruit, medium acidity, great tannic structure and full concentration of fruit with plenty of mineral streaks to keep everything in-check and interesting. HOLD for 5 years but if you are looking for a shot of excitement pull a coravin for a taste now and let the coravin hole slow ox for periodic check-ins. I would also be very curious how this performs with a 12-24 hour decant (less if smaller volume). Lots of upside

    65. Kayla Verville

      Average wine, slightly better than the second one but not impressive.

    66. James Shakespeare

      2019 Ornellaia: Rich with toasty oak, but not fully showing potential. 2019 Serre Nuove: Fresh, lighter, and already appealing.

    67. Cecilia Lackey

      Elegant and complex wine with herbal and dark fruit notes, ample volume, and a crazy long finish.

    68. Elizabeth Leddy

      Young yet drinkable Bolgheri 2020 Anteprima at 67 Pall Mall, London. Deep, ripe fruit with a long life ahead.

    69. Bobbie Kanahele

      Great Super Tuscan with a Bordeaux blend style. Ornellaias’ bouquet of fruit and buttery finish is a winner.

    70. Frances Bloomfield

      Young, lush, and tart with a thick, pulpy body. Italian vintage. Great now, curious about aging.

    71. Wayne Jones

      Tightly packed with blackberry and tobacco flavors.

    72. James Aaron

      This wine has a deep ruby color with aromas of green pepper, fruit candy, crushed fresh fruit, and sweet spices. It has a high acidity and sweet taste, with tight tannins and a fine texture. The taste is a mix of red and black fruits with sweet spices and a hint of oak. It’s a sweet style wine with a rich body and complex content. However, it’s still young and needs more time to balance its elements.

    73. Robert Nobles

      Delicious & velvety wine, ready to drink at 93. Deep & perfectly balanced after 1-2 hours. Will age for a decade or two.

    74. Clara Nieman

      Great wine with smooth tannins and notes of balsamic, dark chocolate, sandalwood, and juniper. Price is steep but will be even better in 10-15 years.

    75. John Horne

      Gorgeous young wine with blackberry, plum, and spice notes. Firm tannins and long finish. Ornellaia.

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    Critical Acclaim

    WS 96
    Wine Spectator
    Inviting aromas of blackberry, black currant, anise, cedar, vanilla and tobacco draw you in to this red, which is sleek and open on the palate. This is so well-balanced, it's approachable now, yet there's a bit of reserve too. The fruit flavors are prominent on the finish, along with mineral and spice notes, while the lasting impression is a salty, flinty element. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot.
    WA 97
    Wine Advocate
    Tasted from barrel, the 2020 Bolgheri Superiore Ornellaia will be presented in the fall but won’t hit the market until spring of the following year. This is a beauty, so generous and opulent with fully seamless transitions. The wine’s traditional blend is mostly Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with tiny percentages of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, although this warm vintage makes do with a pinch less of the Cabernet Sauvignon. Fruit is selected across 107 hectares of Ornellaia vines, although the estate recently purchased an additional eight hectares next to Guado al Tasso in Castagneto Carducci, with terraces and vines aged between 15 and 28 years old. This broad and generous expression has a beautiful quality of fruit and oak that speaks to the very best of Italian winemaking.
    DEC 96
    Decanter
    Estate director Axel Heinz called 2020 ‘a classic Ornellaia,’ and picked the theme of ‘La Proporzione‘ (proportion) to describe its character. Indeed, the blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Franc and 5% Petit Verdot marks a return to a more typical blend following the pendulum swings of 62% Cabernet Sauvignon in 2019, and 51% Merlot in 2018. Fine-grained and beautifully textured, its finely integrated tannins support a concentration of black fruits lightened by red berries. Aromas of black cherry, liquorice, dark chocolate, cedar and damp earth make for a fragrant wine, accompanied by menthol and balsamic streaks which run through the wine and impart plenty of freshness. It finishes with a stony and salty element along with some chocolatey and woody hints. Tight and moreish, its ripeness of fruit combined with freshness and structure adeptly tells the story of this earlier-ripening vintage. It lacks complexity in the mouth – this will come with time – but the array of aromas gives a hint of what is to come.
    JD 96
    Jeb Dunnuck
    The 2020 Ornellaia is 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, raised in 70% new French oak for 18 months, with another 12 months in bottle prior to release. Flush with herbs and menthol, blackberry, and cedar, it is full bodied and fills the sides of the mouth with rounded fruit of luxurious plum, black cherry, and toast, with supple and velvety tannins. Drink 2026-2046.
    JS 98
    James Suckling
    Alluring aromas of lead pencil and currants with crushed stone and iodine. Full-bodied with hemmed in tannins that are tight and focused. Very fresh and energetic with wonderful length and intensity for this vintage. Needs four or five years to come together. Better in 2028 and onwards.
    JCR 18/20
    Jancis Robinson
    Deep, lustrous crimson. Very sumptuous nose followed up by a hedonistic palate that finishes especially fresh. Ripe but not too-ripe fruit – a drier (much less sweet) vintage than usual which should age well. Unusually, there is some vestige of tannin on the finish. It's certainly possible to drink now if it's aerated before serving but ideally, I'd keep this awhile. Savoury persistence.

    What does Ornellaia 2020 taste like?


    Light
    Bold
    Smooth
    Tannic
    Dry
    Sweet
    Soft
    Acidic
    Earthy Flavors of the wine

    leather, earthy, mushroom

    Red Fruit flavors of the wine

    cherry, raspberry, red fruit

    Oaky Flavors of the wine

    oak, tobacco, vanilla

    apple, green apple, peach

    Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

    blackberry, plum, dark fruit

    Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

    pepper, licorice, cinnamon

    Citrus notes found in the wine

    citrus, lemon, grapefruit

    cheese, cream, toasted bread

    Vegetal notes found in the wine

    tomato, grass, rhubarb

    raisin, fig, prune

    tropical, pineapple, guava

    Floral aromas found in the wine

    violet, lavender, potpourri

    Food Pairing with Ornellaia 2020

    Our wine experts think this Bold and Structured Ornellaia 2020 wine would be a match made in heaven with these dishes. Bon appétit!

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