My tasting notes for both editions of the wine in question follow.
Villa Branca, Chianti Classico, Tuscany, 2003: Dark ruby in color, medium-bodied, with tannins so light they go almost unfelt. On the nose and palate simple berry, cherry and vanilla notes. An acceptable entry-level wine. Drink now. Score 84. (Tasted 19 Sep 2005)
Villa Branca, Chianti Classico, Aleph, Tuscany, 20003 (Kosher Edition): Light ruby in color and despite its youth already showing hints of browning and adobe bricks. Light in body, with chunky, country-style tannins and showing a simple cherry-berry character with earthy minerals rising towards the end. Cellar this one at your own risk. Drink up. Score 80. (Tasted twice with consistent notes 11 Jun 2006)