Plum, cedar and leather aromas follow through to a full-bodied palate, with a lovely density of ripe fruit and a soft, velvety textured finish. Ripe and beautiful. An opulent wine that opens on the palate. This is the best ever from this estate. Best after 2011. (Web-2009)
Solaria's 2004 Brunello di Montalcino is a sweet, seamless wine that flows onto the palate in a soft, caressing style. This harmonious, accessible Brunello shows lovely balance, but it is already rather forward and looks to be a relatively early maturing wine. Still, it should deliver plenty of great drinking over the next few years. (AG)
Solaria does a nice job of portraying aromas that are typical of aged Sangiovese. You’ll recognize cigar box, smoked bacon, leather and forest floor. This Brunello comes across as austere and sophisticated although it does liven up considerably in the mouth. Pair it with succulent cuts of meat.
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