The Antinori family are Italy’s most commercially successful winemakers. They’ve either started, bought, or sold nearly any and every large brand name we associate with Italian wine. They are genius marketers and once upon a time, they were genius winemakers too, which leads us to Tignanello. Arguably, Tuscany’s most iconic wine. A blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon, it’s the wine every Italian-American fantasizes over. It’s usually the most expensive wine at your favorite red sauce joint, the one your Dad would proudly serve after you won your first fight. Unfortunately, Tignanello today isn’t what it used to be. It’s sort of like if Gianni Agnelli reverse-aged into Pauly D. What was once one of Italy’s most elegant and prized possessions, now frankly is trash. We have some old Tignanello for you, so the next time your Uncle Tony comes to your spot you can show him you’ve really made it.