There are wines that suit the taste of the public at large. And wines that are particularly in demand due to their high rating or because they came out on top in a blind tasting. And there's nothing wrong with either – fine wines will always be a matter of taste. In any case, they are all perfectly vinified, otherwise they wouldn't be so sought after. When it comes to bestsellers, the price plays a role but it's not always the main criterion behind the purchase decision. This is certainly the case for the Super Tuscan Tignanello 2016
from the Antinori estate. At the start of the '70s, Piero Antinori was the first to mix local Sangiovese grapes with international grape varieties – in this case Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This is what first sparked its rise in popularity, which has continued to this day and has captivated many consumers along the way. The full-bodied and complex wine from the 2016 vintage received a unanimous 95 to 98 points out of 100 from international critics.