Interesting since the quality of the '18 vintage is supposedly superior to that of 2017. I wonder what that says about the quality of their I Sodi S.Niccolo in those two vintages? Not that I'm buying either at this point.
Except that you are buying according to your what are you buying thread
The 2018 seems cleaner in the sense that there is more fruit and a more classical Chianti profile. Took more time to open up. The 2017 was oakier and more flashy. I think given time, the 2018 will be more balanced