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2017 Poggio di Sotto, Brunello di Montalcino 6x750ml

JR17RP97VM95

£665 / CasePrices are In Bond excl. Duty & VAT

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EU Stock: ETA to UK address 9-14 weeks
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Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

Robert Parker – 97

Made with certified-organic fruit, the 2017 Brunello di Montalcino is an impossibly graceful wine from a challenging vintage. This bottle defies the odds—and the dry heat of the growing season—to reveal soft layers of cherry, cassis and more vibrant fruit. It glides clear over the palate with silky momentum, and you only notice the tannins at the very end. Even those should soften and integrate as this collectible wine continues it bottle evolution. Production is 19,000 bottles. [Monica Larner, 15/02/2022]

Anticipated maturity: 2024-2045

JancisRobinson.com – 17

Just mid ruby. A little closed but pure on the nose. Elegant cherry and raspberry palate with long, sandy tannins. Suave, elegant and ready now. (WS) [12/01/2022]

Anticipated maturity: 2022-2028

Vinous – 95

A captivating mix of ripe plums, strawberries, cloves, violet pastille, balsam herbs and white smoke emanates from the 2017 Brunello di Montalcino. This is undeniably elegant in feel, showing a weight unexpected from a young Poggio di Sotto, yet working in perfect harmony, with tart cherries and wild berries drenching the palate in primary concentration, as saline-minerals and brisk acids add energy and verve. There’s simply so much going on here that each return to the glass reveals something new. The tannins are sweet and rounded, and while structured, this remains fully satiating and fresh, as hints of lavender and black currant slowly fade. It’s totally atypical of a young Poggio di Sotto, yet also a wonderfully unique expression of the vintage, one that should mature evenly in spite of the drastic climatic conditions. In order to create the best wine possible, severe selection reduced production by 40%, and there will be no Riserva from 2017, as all of that juice was added to the Brunello. What’s more, winemaker Luca Marrone chose to shorten the aging in wood by an entire year. It may not be classic in style, but the 2017 is a wine that’s not to be missed. [Eric Guido, 09/12/2021]

Anticipated maturity: 2024-2031

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