Brunello di Montalcino 2016

Brunello di Montalcino 2016

Italie, Toscane
Prix réduit49,95 €*


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Type de vin Vin rouge
Cépage(s) Sangiovese
Pays Italie
Région Toscane
Millésime 2016
Prédicat du vin DOCG
Goût sec
Style de vin riche et long en bouche
Volume net 0,75 L
Teneur en alcool 14,50 % vol
Acidité résiduelle 6,10 g/l
Sucrosité résiduelle 1,10 g/l
Température de dégustation 16-18°C
Potentiel de maturité 2032
Informations légales contient des sulfites
Producteur La Colombina
Adresse Mise en bouteille : Az. Agr. La Colombina di Caselli Anna Maria, IT-53024 Montalcino (SI)


Robert Parker

Robert Parker

La Colombina's 2016 Brunello di Montalcino opens to a dark and sultry appearance, followed by aromas of blackberry, plum and dark cherry. Those dark fruit flavors are not heavy, and instead they show the lightness and lifted aromatic intensity that comes so uniquely to the Sangiovese grape, especially in a classic vintage such as this. Spice, tar and campfire ash come up on the finish. This is a well-priced 11,000-bottle release for medium-term drinking.


Vinous by Antonio Galloni

The 2016 Brunello di Montalcino is dark, rich and seductive from the first tilt of the glass. Here I find a mix of black cherry and crushed plums complemented by notes of cinnamon, clove and violet florals. This is silky yet savory, with a dense core of tart blackberry neatly wrapped in a web of salty minerals and fine tannins. In spite of its structure and weight, the 2016 from La Colombina maintains freshness and energy throughout, sometimes seeming more like food than wine through a sense of umami that starts on the palate and lingers throughout the long finish.

James Suckling

James Suckling

A pretty, opulent and fruity red, though in a delicate way, with fine, fresh tannins. It’s medium-bodied with freshness and finesse.

Accords mets & vin

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