Fine wine labels to watch in 2020


2019 spot: 7
2018 spot: 29

An easy one really as Sassicaia was the aforementioned lone Italian in this year’s top 10. The Super Tuscan took a big leap from 29th place in 2018 to 7th in this year’s Power 100.

Sassicaia is very much a ‘brand’. It is well known, has wide appeal, good distribution (through La Place de Bordeaux of which it was a reasonably early adopter), strong critical reviews and a reasonable entry price which gives it room to appreciate.

Italy as a whole is on the move at the moment, led by the Super Tuscans but with some stirrings in Barolo.

Sassicaia though is well to the fore as the pre-eminent Italian fine wine label and as long as quality remains consistent and release prices don’t get out of control, it’s hard to see ‘Sass’ lose its current swag.

One Response to “Fine wine labels to watch in 2020”

  1. Bruce Susel says:

    Shop local, support your local independent retailer. @abiraus

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