Podere Giodo Toscana Rosso IGT 2016

Giodo Toscana Rosso is the younger interpretation of Giodo Brunello. The pure expression of Sangiovese is refined, has less oak influence than the Brunello resulting very aromatic wine, red berries, orange compote and dark cherries. Full bodied with fine tannins and refreshing energy.  

Carlo Ferrini is one of the most esteemed winemakers in Italy. He consulted for some of the most iconic wineries for almost 40 years including Casanova di Neri, Romitorio, Fonterutoli and many more besides his extensive research on the clones of Sangiovese.   

After securing his favorite site to produce his own Brunello, the first vintage 2010 scored 100 points from James Suckling.

Drink now  - 2026


Type: Red Producer: Carlo Ferrini - Podere Giodo  Appellation: Toscana Rosso IGT Vintage: 2016 Grape: Sangiovese Country: Italy Region: Tuscany Style: Bold and structured Alcohol: 14% Content: 750ml Allergens: Contains Sulfites

(€54,67 / litre)  


96 points by James Suckling
Crushed berries, orange peel and black cherries. So aromatic. Full-bodied, tight and reserved with tight and chewy tannins, which are so fine and polished. Love the energy in the fruit and acidity. Just a hint of bitterness. So good to drink now, but will age beautifully.
91 points Wine Advocate
The 2016 Giodo is an IGT Toscana expression of 100% Sangiovese. The wine almost resembles a Rosso di Montalcino in form and function, although it does not carry that appellation name. In truth, it is more sophisticated than your average Rosso. Giodo pours from the bottle with dark ruby intensity and ripe aromas of cherry, blackberry and dried raspberry. Lighter notes of spice, tobacco and toasted nut fill in the rear. However, the wine is understated, fundamentally accessible and genuine. This is what makes it such an excellent pairing partner to your favorite pasta recipe.—by Monica Larner