Brunello di Montalcino Riserva 1990 DOCG
Vines: Sangiovese grosso 100% Alcohol: 13.5%
Acknowledgments vintage current
WINE SPECTATOR97 / 100
intense ruby, load, tending to garnet, brilliant.
characteristic, very ethereal, very complex, with shades of pink, vanilla, iris and flowering vines.
typical of great structure and breed, tannic but harmonious and velvety, warm, savory and very persistent.
up to 80 years and over !!!.
An extraordinary harvest, among the best not only of the decade. Intense ruby red with light garnet hues, the nose reveals notes of unmistakable class, intense, characterized by shades of pink, violet and iris and hints of small red fruits. Balsamic traces of goudron, tobacco and vanilla open to a taste of great body and race, thin and very elegant, slightly tannic but harmonious, warm, savory, with infinite persistence.
One of the greatest Italian wines, bottle that does not need such presentations are his fame his legend, all over the world. A myth that is perpetuated from year to year thanks to a unique and inimitable quality level. Brunello di Montalcino Biondi Santi Reserve has always been produced by the Greppo vineyards only in those vintages considered as exceptional. A classic, whose aging of 36 months in large Slavonian oak barrels has been the same for over a century. Brunello di Montalcino Riserva DOCG of Biondi Santi is a wine that makes its elegance and its absolute class its most important characteristics, as well as having a longevity probably superior to any other Italian red wine. It is no coincidence that in the cellars of the Tenuta rest centenary bottles still in perfect condition. The advice, as Franco Biondi Santi loved to say, is to uncork the bottle at least 8 hours before consumption.
- Rode wijn
- Producent, wijnnaam
- Biondi Santi Tenuta Il Greppo
- Aantal flessen
- Fles (0.75L)
- Brunello di Montalcino
- Originele verpakking
- In oorspronkelijke doos
- Conditie label
- Volledig intact, leesbaar etiket
- Conditie capsule/kurk
- Volledig intacte wax capsule
- Criticus Score
- 97/100 points, Wine Spectator