In a blind tasting it is sometimes difficult to distinguish a Nebbiolo from a Sangiovese. Traditional Sangiovese also have a lot of tannins, but usually a little more acidity.
The Felsina 2010 Fontalloro is a classic Sangiovese. It has a lot of tannin, cherry, spicy, some amarena, a full-body, balance, acidity and structure. If you like traditional Tuscans then this is your wine. 18.3/20 points.
The Aldo Conterno 2016 Barolo Colonnello shows the typical super fine tannin of the vintage 2016. The wine has raspberry, cherry, liquorice, a full-body, lots of fine tannin, a medium to long finish, balance and is a bit earthy and like cherry liqueur at the same time. The wine underlines the great quality of the 2016 vintage. 18.8/20 points.