Here's a fresh and lovely red wine from Southern Tuscany. The 2013 Brunello di Montalcino offers a very bright and lively quality of fruit that you don't often get with Brunello, a wine that ages for five years (between oak barrel and in the bottle) before its commercial release. You taste the cherry and the dried raspberry here in all their purity and glory. The wine continues to the palate with softness and silky lines. (ML) 93+
A wealth of raspberry and black cherry aromas with hints of flowers and walnut skin. Full body, chewy and tannic with a pretty underlining of fruit. Slightly ripe style yet remains fresh. Drink or hold.
Medium-dark red; this is actually lighter in color than the 2016 Rosso from Tenuta di Sesta. Strong notes of tobacco, wet underbrush and botanical herbs camouflage red fruit and balsamic aromas. Enters bright and juicy, then more austere and steely, revealing a slightly bitter twist to the floral red berry flavors. This very graceful wine finishes long and vibrant, but I would have liked a little more generosity of fruit. Cellar this for five or six years and see if it fills out. (ID)
Aromas of dark berry, pipe tobacco and leather take shape in the glass. The savory, balanced palate offers juicy Morello cherry, strawberry and star anise alongside taut, polished tannins. Drink 2022–2028. (KO)
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