Val di Suga Brunello di Montalcino 2015

Val di Suga

Val di Suga Brunello di Montalcino 2015

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94/100 Points, Robert Parker Jr.

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From the highly acclaimed Val di Suga winery, where the Brunellos can run twice this price, this Tuscan delight is perfect for chicken liver crostatas prepared the Tuscan way. After that, a Chiannina rib steak is a perfect entree for this Italian red. Rabbit stew cooked with juniper is another dish that will bring out the bold, earthy side of the wine. A classic Beef Wellington is another wonderful option. Set out a platter of aged, top shelf Pecorino as a last course and fill your glasses again. You'll be glad you did.

Robert Parker, Jr.'s Wine Advocate: "This is a very well balanced Brunello with sharp and classic lines. The Val di Suga 2015 Brunello di Montalcino offers attractive energy and brightness that is transmitted through the cherry fruit and wild berry aromas at its core. That primary fruit is surrounded by light spice, grilled herb and potting soil. There is a nice purity and linearity to this wine that reminds you of the natural depth and complexity of Sangiovese when given a little time to age. (Brunello is always released five years after the harvest.) Drink: 2021-2033." Oct 2020

Winery: "This is a very concentrated Brunello that combines intense notes of blood orange with a hint of chinotto mixed with complex Mediterranean spices (Helichrysum Thyme and Broom Flowers). It is a wine with a strong nerve, a vibrant acid structure that sustains a concentrated mouthfeel, rich in silky tannins. The finish is extremely long and soft."

Bottle 750ml, cork
Varietal 100% Sangiovese Grosso
Alcohol 14.06%
Total Acidity 5.6g/L
pH 3.36
Aging 24 months in Slavonian oak barrels; 12 months in concrete tanks; 12 months minimum further refining in bottle
Region Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy

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