The 1999 Sori San Lorenzo, the darkest of its three siblings, is the most potent of all, with a big, alcoholic push which drives the tar, roses, plums, and toasted oak. It has sizeable structure and important intensity, the richness and depth of extract and the balance of power and finesse are those of outstanding grapes and winemaking. Daniel Thomases
Offers spicy aromas of light cloves and cinnamon, with hints of fruit. Full-bodied, with firm tannins and a polished, silky finish. A little tight now. Racy and polished.—'99 Piedmont blind retrospective (2009). - JS
The 1999 Sorì San Lorenzo is a modern-day classic. Freshly cut flowers, mint, chalk, bright red cherries and anise jump from the glass in a pure, crystalline wine endowed with magnificent tension and precision. Pulsating in the glass, the 1999 is all about energy and weightless precision. In that sense, the 1999 is a younger version of the 1982. -- Antonio Galloni, November 2014
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