93 points Falstaff Guide: "Intense straw yellow with golden reflections. Complex, deep nose of wild flowers, chamomile and elderflower, with hints of peach and sweet spices. Soft, balanced mouthfeel. A sweet almond note accompanies a long, persistent and juicy finish. (Oct 2022)"
92 points Eric Guido (Vinous): "The 2020 Soave Classico Foscarino comes to life in the glass with a beguiling mix of crushed oyster shells, wet slate, dried pears and hints of lemon oil. This is round, verging on opulent in feel, with ripe orchard fruits and a pretty inner sweetness. Saline minerals add a more tactile feel toward the close. The 2020 finishes remarkably fresh yet potent, lingering on nuances of peach, melon and vanilla custard as a sour citrus twang punctuates the wine perfectly. Drink: 2022-2028. (Mar 2023)"
92 points Kerin O'Keefe (Wine Enthusiast): "Spring blossom, yellow stone fruit and toasted hazelnut aromas come to the forefront. Linear and elegant, the polished palate offers dried apricot, yellow pear and bitter almond before closing on a tangy mineral note suggesting saline. (Oct 2022)"
91 points Decanter: "Classy and classic Soave Classico, with mineral focus and poise. Intense lemon zest, white grapefruit and fresh almond flavours with a creamy texture and a lingering saline touch. Drinking Window: 2022-2027. (Sep 2022)"
16.5/20 points Andy Howard MW (JancisRobinson.com): "‘Classic’ Classico Soave – a fine, new vintage from this benchmark producer. Concentrated and with a distinct mineral feel to the palate, zesty citrus fruit and lashings of palate-cleansing acidity. Expensive compared with the price this wine used to retail for, but a bargain compared with many a white burgundy. Drinking Window: 2022-2024. (Oct 2022)"
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