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Col d'Orcia Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
Like the benchmark 2006 vintage, 2010 saw a return to classic Montalcino growing season; warm but not hot, dry but not sere, and this ’10 Col d'Orcia Brunello bursts with notes of dried red fruit, tobacco, underbrush, leather, and mint, all laid upon a framework of silky tannins, balsamic undertones, tar and spice. Classic, intense, layered and focused, the ’10 Col d’Orcia Brunello di Montalcino strikes a balance between its juicy red fruits and its savory notes of Montalcino terroir. Col d'Orcia Brunello derives from vineyards that boast albarese soil, but its slopes also hold a high percentage of calcium, which makes the vineyard exceptionally acidic and prime for growing piquant grapes. This wine is powerful and concentrated, and it offers a tremendous mouth-feel and a lingering finish; while approachable now with decanting, this ’10 Brunello will be even more enjoyable in five or ten years.
Capanna Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
The child of a landmark vintage, the ripe yet precise '10 Brunello from Capanna wraps its succulent red fruit around a core of telltale Montalcino terroir--earth, cypress, wildflowers, and spice--then dusts it with mocha and layers it with cigar wrapper. Velvety tannins grip the palate, and this wine’s fine structure means you can lay down this ’10 for later enjoyment. A small, family-owned-and-operated Montosoli estate that has long been a favorite of IWM, Capanna has made a reputation for sensuous Brunellos with fuller bodies and impressive structures.
Uccelliera Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
A knockout rendition of the stellar 2010 vintage, this Brunello from Uccelleria frames its juicy red fruit with cedar, cigar wrapper, espresso, warm saddle leather and licorice. This is one brooding, mineral-laden bottle with plenty of energy and texture; savory yet round, it’s a powerful and broad-shouldered. Estate owner and winemaker, Andrea Cortonesi believes in using a mix of traditional and modern methods to craft structured, balanced, and evocative of the southern Montalcino terroir.
Gianni Brunelli Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
Sophisticated, polished, and brooding, the ’10 Brunello from Gianni Brunelli marries its succulent red and black fruit with darker notes of graphite, earth, meat and spice. Profound and finessed, this Brunello is a structured big red that needs some time in the cellar before enjoyment, but in a few years, its silky tannins will coat the palate and its exquisite balance will come into play. Crafted from biodynamically grown grapes that derive from two sites, one in Montalcino’s north and the other in its south, Gianni Brunelli Brunello offers great balance. Though the estate’s founder Gianni Brunelli passed away in 2008, this estate continues the traditions set in place by this hometown hero and Siena restaurant owner, vinifying its wine with little intervention and in traditional botti.
Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
Precise yet opulent, brooding yet nimble, the ’10 Argiano Brunello is a beautiful study in contrasts. This wine melds its lush, ripe fruit with its foundation of fresh-cut herbs, exotic spices, cigar wrapper, wildflowers and smoke to create a seductive drinking experience. Velvety tannins get their complement in energetic acidity and serious minerality in this Brunello, and its finish lingers like sparks from a campfire. Argiano uses strict yield management in the vineyards, selecting its best grapes for its Brunello; after temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel, the wine ages first in a combination of French oak barriques and tonneaux and then is transferred into Slavonian botti. This combination imparts structure and balance to the wine, allowing it to age beautifully for decades.
Pian Delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
The nose of this ’10 Brunello from Antinori bursts with juicy, succulent red and black fruit, saddle leather, cigar wrapper, sun-warmed earth, cypress, and herbs. Velvety and rich, this wine whooshes across the palate with considerable softness and roundness, yet it’s also remarkably structured; this ’10 Brunello mixes accessibility with longevity in a wine that’s replete with chewy tannins and vibrant acidity. After handpicking, the grapes for this Brunello ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel and age in oak casks of varying sizes for more than two years. Drinkable early with a little decanting, this '10 Antinori Brunello is a must-have Sangiovese Grosso for wine-lovers.
La Torre Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
This ’10 Brunello offers exquisite balance between its ripe, succulent red fruit and its brooding, dark notes; juicy cherries and berries rest on a rustic foundation of smoke, savory herbs, sunbaked earth, toasted cigar wrapper and spice. Silky tannins, rich inner perfume, and a long, lingering finish mark the palate of this towering, old school Brunello. Le Torre ferments its Sangiovese Grosso with naturally occurring yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel for three weeks, and then ages the wine for 42 months in cask, followed by another year in barrel.
Collemattoni Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
Juicy, ripe red and black fruits rest on a foundation of orange zest, game, cypress, warm saddle leather, fresh earth and crushed flower petals in this welcoming, brooding Brunello. Powerful and gracious, this full-bodied ’10 Brunello fills the mouth with a textured, detailed palate that builds to a lingering crescendo of intense, chewy tannins. Collemattoni handpicks its grapes and they undergo fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks for 30 days; the wine then ages in Slovenian oak casks for thirty months and in bottle for four months before release. A wine for enthusiasts who appreciate a meaty, dark Brunello, this ’10 Collemattoni is approachable now with decanting, but it’ll be even better three years down the road.
La Fornace Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
This 2010 Brunello embodies its stellar vintage in its transparent Sangiovese Grosso fruit, its velvety mouth-feel, its kinetic energy and its lingering, persistent finish. Luscious red fruits are held with a brooding hand of forest floor, melted chocolate, warm baking spices, and fresh loam; citrus zest and flower petals complement these notes. Building to a bright and lingering finish, this wine scatters chewy tannins and reveals a breathtaking structure that suggests it will age beautifully. Deriving from a northeast-facing parcel of vines aged between 16 and 35 years, the grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel with naturally occurring yeasts; the wine ages for three years in a combination of vats, 80% botti and 20% barriques. Just fewer than 900 cases made a year, with very little imported into the States. Rustic in style, this Brunello highlights its telltale Montalcino terroir in a delicious wine of great typicity!
Gaja Pieve Santa Restituta Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
This vibrant, vigorous ’10 Brunello offers a palate of wildflowers, brambly fruit, herbs, spices and telltale Montalcino terroir, making it not just outstanding but a standout value. Originally, Gaja’s Pieve Santa Restituta, part of which abuts the historic vineyards of Gianfranco Soldera, had two major holdings, Rennina and Sugarille, but the estate added 25 very breezy acres in Brunello’s northeast subzone in 2006. This Brunello derives from all of the vineyard's holding to create a traditional cuvee that is a classic, elegant, refined Brunello with great aromatics and really nice acidity.