The 2016 Campo di Camagi is an absolutely sensational 100% Cabernet Franc, sourced from a 1.5-hectare vineyard situated at 2,000 feet above sea level, where the vines are rooted on broken quartz and limestone. The wine itself is nothing short of spectacular, as it bursts open with seductive aromas of ripe blackberries and blueberries woven together with tobacco, violets, dark chocolate, sweet spices, tar, mint leaf and minerals all developing in the glass. This full-bodied red possesses a lovely opulent texture, supported by muscular tannins, that are nicely integrated. It continues to impress as it displays remarkable overall structure and concentration before ending with a long, mouth coating finish. While this is already extreamly appealing, and stylistically the most forward of the single vineyard Cabernet Franc wines, readers should still plan on allowing this some short-term cellaring.