In the $50+ range, the 2013 Banfi Summus from Tuscany, has 14% alcohol and at only seven years old, it’s drinking quite well. It scored 18 gold medal points on the Dionysian scale. It’s a wine everyone will enjoy.
It’s rich, big, mouth-filling flavors linger. The nose has black cherry, blueberry, and a smoky blackberry. The wood shows.
It had not sediment, but was still decanted to help it open more quickly for dinner. The tannins are soft and with air, a hint of pleasant licorice began to show. Get one. In Vino Veritas.