Parker-Larner 91: The 2013 Chianti Classico Fonterutoli is a composite of 90% Sangiovese consisting of the 36 biotypes that the Mazzei family has identified in their vineyards. The rest of the wine is made with Merlot and Malvasia Nera, that is also decided by different clone selections. This Chianti Classico is very beautiful and streamlined with a deep sense of elegance and finesse. The quality of fruit is tonic and bright in this balanced vintage. Wine Spectator 90:Starts out with pure cherry and raspberry flavors, picking up tobacco and spice notes as the firm, vivid structure emerges. Exhibits fine length, but should be better in a year or two. Best from 2017 through 2024. 29,000 cases made. –BS 0: Informationen über Auszeichnungen Galloni 89:A soft, open-knit wine, the 2013 Chianti Classico Fonterutoli offers lovely mid-palate depth and silkiness. Sweet black cherry, game, smoke and spice notes round out the inviting finish. Dollops of Malvasia Nera, Colorino and Merlot round out the blend. -- Antonio Galloni James Suckling 92: A fresh and clean wine with lemon and dried strawberry. Hints of bark and stone. Full body, firm and silky tannins and a clean finish. Shows texture and beauty. Drink now.