Aged for 38 months in French oak barrels and 6 months in bottles, the Brunello di Montalcino Poggio Landi speaks of vigor and elegance, sounding out the very characteristics that have won this wine variety worldwide fame and acclaim.
Complex on the nose, with distinctive nuances of ripe red fruit and spices such as black pepper and licorice. The same ripe red fruits continue on the palate, accompanied by vanilla notes. Very long finish.
Bright, featuring black currant, black cherry, floral and wild herb flavors. Elegant yet firmly structured, with a lingering aftertaste that picks up a chalky mineral accent.
Fascinating pumice, dried red cherries and spices here. Fruity and succulent with a level of gravitas to the drying, structured tannins that keep the palate quite taut and firm. Medium-long on the finish.