Valdicava

Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Madonna del Piano 2015

Limitiert

voluminös & kräftig
tanninreich
frische Säure
100
100
2
Sangiovese 100%
5
rot
14,0% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2023–2053
Verpackt in: 6er OHK
3
Lobenberg: 100/100
Suckling: 100/100
Wine Spectator: 97/100
Parker: 96+/100
6
Italien, Toscana, Montalcino
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Madonna del Piano 2015

100
/100

Lobenberg: Es gibt nur wenige Brunelli, bei denen vom ersten Antrunk die Weltklasse klar wird. Diese Dichte und Kraft ist der Sangiovese seltenst zu entlocken, und doch bleibt hier trotz der Power die seidige Finesse erhalten. Eine Faust im Samthandschuh mit minutenlangem Nachhall und ungeheurer Tiefe. Großer Wein. 100/100

100
/100

Suckling über: Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Madonna del Piano

-- Suckling: Spectacular aromas of crushed fruit, plums, sous bois, porcini and black truffles. Decadent year, but fresh. Full-bodied, dense and linear on the palate, yet so much in balance and refined with incredible depth and consistency. The savory and juicy finish, with vivid acidity and fruit, is eye-opening. Greatest ever. Best after 2025, but can’t wait to try it again. 100/100

96+
/100

Parker über: Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Madonna del Piano

-- Parker: Having tasted this wine in a preview capacity a few years back, it's exciting to compare my past impressions to the current ones. In the case of the Siro Pacenti 2015 Brunello di Montalcino Riserva PS, I found that the oak signature was very strong back then and that it remains very strong, even too strong today. There's beauty here, no doubt, but the stylistic preference for 100% new oak on Sangiovese is forever controversial and debatable. I find that it no longer jibes with my palate, although from an intellectual point of view it's impossible not to is set forth by a gradually increasing grain and toast regimen with custom barrels ordered from tonnellerie Taransaud. The wine is aged in new oak for two years and racked every three months for the first year of aging. Detail-oriented farming translates into an impressive 600 to 700 hours of manual work per hectare. The wine's appearance is almost impenetrable, and the bouquet is well-integrated with black fruit, spice and balsam notes, but those tannins are just too much. This wine was not produced in 2013 or 2014, and this 2015 release counts 1,000 bottles and 200 magnums. In 2013, all the fruit went to the Brunello Vecchie Vigne instead. My big-picture takeaway is that I'd like to see more Sangiovese purity, but hats-off to the impeccable winemaking. 96+/100

Mein Winzer

Valdicava

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...