Siro Pacenti Brunello di Montalcino Riserva PS 2016

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Vintage: 2016
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Siro Pacenti Brunello di Montalcino Riserva PS 2016, an exceptional creation from the renowned Siro Pacenti winery, is a testament to the winery’s profound connection with the land of Montalcino. Cultivated from a meticulously tended single vineyard, planted by Siro Pacenti himself in the early 1970s on the northern slopes of Montalcino, this exclusive bottling embodies the essence of the region’s terroir.

Unfiltered and requiring extensive aging, the PS Riserva 2016 is an exquisite demonstration of meticulous craftsmanship and dedication to producing wines of unparalleled quality. This well-structured, elegant, and potent Brunello exudes the distinct character of its birthplace, radiating a sense of place that speaks to the unique terroir of Montalcino.

Opening with a deep, alluring color, the wine entices with a complex bouquet of ripe dark fruits, intertwined with hints of earth, leather, and tobacco, creating a symphony of aromas that evoke the essence of the Tuscan landscape. On the palate, the PS Riserva 2016 unfolds with an elegant yet robust character, revealing layers of rich, ripe fruit, balanced by refined tannins and a harmonious acidity that imparts a lasting, memorable finish. With its exceptional aging potential, Siro Pacenti Brunello di Montalcino Riserva PS 2016 stands as a testament to the winery’s legacy of producing wines that embody the soul of Montalcino.

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