Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli 2016

Valdicava: Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli 2016

Zum Winzer

Sangiovese 100%
rot, trocken
14,0% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2024–2054
Verpackt in: 1er OHK
pikant & würzig
Lobenberg: 100/100
Suckling: 100/100
Galloni: 97/100
Wine Spectator: 97/100
Parker: 96/100
Italien, Toscana, Montalcino
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli 2016


Lobenberg: Valdicavas Brunello Montosoli kommt aus der gleichnamigen Top-Einzellage im Norden von Montalcino. Der erste Jahrgang von diesem super raren Wein wurde 2015 gemacht, 1500 Magnum Flaschen wurden gefüllt. Dieser Brunello ist so vielschichtig und so komplex, dass kaleidoskopartig bei jedem Reinriechen immer mehr Aromen freigelegt werde. Das ist überirdischer Superstoff! Kirschen aller Art strömen aus dem Glas. Nach und Nach kommt der verführerische Duft frischer und getrockneter Blumen hinzu. Dann duftender Waldboden, Graphit, Eisen, frisches Fleisch und grüner Tabak. Jugendlich dicht, ist das ein Wein der am besten für mindestens zehn Jahre im Keller vergessen werden sollte. Auf jeden Fall braucht er viel Luft, damit er all seine Facetten rausrückt. Das ist ein Traum in Wein, absolut groß! 100/100


Suckling über: Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli

-- Suckling: Wow. The aromas of black cherries, plums, walnuts, lavender and cedar are really beautiful. Full-bodied with firm, chewy tannins and beautiful polish to the power and intensity. Gorgeous, sweet and ripe fruit at the end with peach and citrus character to the plums. Sophisticated and glorious. Drink after 2025. 100/100


Galloni über: Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli

-- Galloni: Here in its second vintage, the Brunello di Montalcino Vigna Montosoli is taking no prisoners. It wafts up with a beguiling and sultry display, with savory cherry sauce and sage giving way to spiced citrus peels, smoky minerals, animal musk and black olive tapenade. Youthfully dense and velvety upon entry, it offers masses of dark red and black fruits, contrasting almost salty nuances with a dark chocolate bitterness that creates tension and complexity. The 2016 builds like a crescendo, gaining in intensity and verve, right up until the moment that its gritty tannins take firm hold of the palate and refuse to let go. Still, echoes of licorice, blackberry and cooling herbal tones linger. It closes up rather quickly in the glass today, becoming monolithic and austere, yet the gorgeous snapshot received over the first ten minutes after opening it delivered a wonderful preview. I can’t wait to see what future vintages hold for the Vigna Montosoli, as it is one of the best young wines I’ve ever tasted from Valdicava. Unfortunately, it is only available in magnum. 97/100


Wine Spectator über: Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli

-- Wine Spectator: This is focused like a laser beam, with cherry, plum, chocolate, iron and leather flavors defined by bracing acidity. The fine-grained tannins are civilized as this plays out on the mouthwatering, fruit-filled finish. Best from 2024 through 2048. 97/100


Parker über: Brunello di Montalcino Montosoli

-- Parker: Tasted from magnum (one of just 1,500 made), this is a new wine from Valdicava that is presented in quite the statement bottle with stunning artwork that depicts an allegory to a saint. With fruit from one of the most celebrated crus in the appellation, the 2016 Brunello di Montalcino Vigna Montosoli needs quite a bit of extra time to open. I followed my sample's evolution over a 24-hour period to get a better look inside. This wine requires extra patience. On my first tasting, I found that the fruit struggled to come through, and I recorded notes of white pepper, savory herb, campfire ash and crushed stone. Blue flowers like dried lilac and lavender also appear. When I came back to the bottle a day later, I found that the bouquet had gained in detail, sharpness and increasingly articulate specifics. But it took its time. To the palate, the wine is dense and firm, and I have no doubt as to its long-term aging potential. It is an honor to be one of the first people to taste this ambitious new release from the Montosoli vineyard made by Vincenzo Abbruzzese and his family. 96/100

Mein Winzer


Im Jahre 1953 kaufte Martini Bramante das Weingut Valdicava und füllte 1968 seinen ersten eigenen Wein ab. Sein Enkel Vincenzo Abbruzzese bezeichnet sich selbst als "Countryman". Er ist am liebsten draußen bei seinen Reben. Der Wein ensteht seiner Ansicht nach dort und muss im Keller nur noch zur...