The 2001 Brunello di Montalcino displays a very classic profile of cherries, tobacco, earthiness and minerals with medium body, excellent length and fine tannins. It is made in a delicate, understated style that favors elegance over sheer power, reflecting the aesthetics of Gorelli himself. A great effort. (AG)
Medium red. Cherry liqueur, smoked meat and roasted coffee on the nose. Suave and dense on the palate, with primary but pliant flavors of raspberry and cherry. A distinctly modern wine that leads with its vibrant fruit, and a terrific example of this style. Finishes long and bright, with fine tannins and very strong, mouthcoating fruit. (ST)
Aromas of currant, blackberry and light vanilla. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and lovely fruit. Enticing and refined. Best after 2009. (JS)
This has matured into its structure, the fruit almost secondary to the savory aromas. Initially cool and dark, with flavors of dried cherry and rose mixed with an umami aspect that recalls black trumpet mushroom, this feels elegant and refined. Catch it now with pappardelle topped with a duck sugo.
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