2012 PODERE BRIZIO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO
Like making every stop light on your way home from work, and stepping out of your car to find a crisp hundred dollar bill on the ground, sometimes the stars align perfectly. Podere Brizio’s 2012 Brunello di Montalcino, which arose from a parcel that previously went into Gaja’s famed Pieve di Santa Restituta gives you that same serendipitous feeling… This brilliant interpretation of Sangiovese was expertly crafted by renowned winemaker Roberto Anontnini, named one of the 5 best consulting winemakers in the world by Decanter magazine. Earning 94 Points from the Wine Spectator, this is a stellar bottle of Brunello at it’s $65/btl retail price… At $44.99, some of that good fortune just got passed down to you.
Created in Brizio’s state-of-the-art winemaking facility, this Brunello spends an impressive 38 months in oak cask before release. Deeply perfumed with dried cherries, blue violets, Indian spices and tobacco leaf, on the palate this wine is plump and opulent with remarkable energy and persistence. I strongly recommend a case of this 94 point Brunello.
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From The Wine Spectator, "Features a beam of pure cherry aromas and flavors, augmented by floral, underbrush, tar and tobacco notes. Elegant, yet dense on the finish, exerting tannic grip for now. Excellent length. Best from 2020 through 2032..." 94 Points
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