La Serena Brunello Di Montalcino 2018
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La Serena Brunello Di Montalcino 2018 is a wine of unparalleled elegance and complexity, crafted by the skilled winemaker, Andrea Mantengoli, from organically grown grapes. This exceptional vintage has garnered acclaim, receiving 93 points from both Wine Spectator and James Suckling.
In the glass, it reveals an intense and brilliant ruby red hue, adorned with refined garnet reflections. The nose is a captivating journey through layers of aromas. It begins with a burst of fresh and inviting fruity notes, predominantly small black berries. As you delve deeper, subtle sweet spicy hints and elegant balsamic nuances emerge, leading to a graceful finish reminiscent of dried tobacco leaves.
Upon sipping, La Serena Brunello Di Montalcino 2018 delivers a captivating experience. Its palate is adorned with generous black cherry and blackberry fruit, along with distinctive notes of tamarind, gingerbread, and licorice. What sets this wine apart is its remarkable breadth and richness, surpassed by none of its peers. The finish is long and firm, adorned with chocolate- and baking spice–inflected undertones that linger, leaving a lasting impression.
This wine showcases impeccable balance, with lively yet silky tannins, well-complemented by a refreshing acidity. It boasts a substantial body and an opulent volume, resulting in a harmonious, integrated, and perfectly balanced composition. La Serena Brunello Di Montalcino 2018 is a true masterpiece, a testament to the artistry of winemaking, and a wine that promises to enchant the palate of connoisseurs and wine enthusiasts alike. Enjoy this exceptional vintage from 2024 and savor the poetry of Montalcino in a bottle.
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The Brunello di Montalcino wine region, nestled in the heart of southern central Tuscany, Italy, is a historic and prestigious destination for wine enthusiasts worldwide. Its rich history dates back to the early 14th century when the first records of red wines from Montalcino emerged. The region gained recognition for its wine when French mercenary leader Blaise de Montluc, during the siege of Montalcino, discovered the remarkable qualities of the local wine.
However, it was in the 1870s that the modern Brunello di Montalcino style took shape, largely thanks to the pioneering efforts of... Read More