Piero Antinori’s family has been at the wine thing for awhile. Twenty-six generations to be exact, an unbroken chain dating back to 1385. They know what they’re doing. Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate found “Lemon peel, flowers, spices and crushed rocks are some of the notes that flow from this taut, mineral-driven wine. Hints of lemon, mint and jasmine reappear on the crisp, delineated finish.” It’s a noble and delicious testament to a mind-boggling legacy.