Brunello 2009

  • Stephen Tanzers International Wine Cellar

    Recensione del Brunello di Montalcino Bramante 2009 su International Wine Cellar di Stephen Tanzer.

    2009 Bramante Brunello di Montalcino bright full red. Red Cherry, spicy raspberry jam and a whiff of alcohol on the nose. Then clean and fresh on the palate, with ripe red cherry and delicate herb flavors that linger nicely. This strikes me as slightly ripper-styled Sanlorenzo Brunello than usual, and is very good example of the charming style of the 2009 Brunellos.90

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    Su Decanter il Brunello di Montalcino Bramante 2009 Higlhy Reccommended

    The closed nose hints at red fruit, anise, tea leaf and underbrush. The alcohol and tannins are pronounced, although there is plenty of fruit intensity-almost opulent bramble fruit flavours. This is a keeper. Drink 2018-2027


  • about Brunello di Montalcino Bramante 2009

    Outputs are on the site of Jancis Robinson,, tasting and scores made ​​by Walter Speller. The tasting made ​​earlier in the year concerned only Brunello 2009 Riserve  2008.

    He says for Brunello di Montalcino Bramante 2009:

    16,5 Drink 2016-2020

    Deep maturing ruby with bringht orange rim. Black tea, a hint of tabacco and peppery dark fruit. Savoury meaty notes too. Tannic muscle combined with fruit concentration and good acidity. Hint of oak. Has all the parts needed, now it just needs age to integrate. A little rustic, thoungh. (WS) 15%

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  • Top 5 Brunello di Montalcino

    Su Swide, scritto da Chiara Giovoni:

    Luciano Ciolfi is a young producer with a relatively recent history, given that his first harvest on his own was that of 2003. Yet his is a genuine and instinctive Brunello, a frank wine of innate refinement, which tells much of the craft of who produces it, and this consonance comes as no surprise given that Luciano’s work in the vineyard is constant, maniacal to the point of knowing the details of the performance of each single vine and selecting only the best grapes at each harvest. Luciano chose the name of the Brunello to honour his grandfather, who taught him the secrets of the soil of Montalcino from the time he was a child.  The Sanlorenzo farm is situated on the south-west slopes 500 metres above sea level, on the crest of the hills where the vineyards are called “the four princesses”: light, awakening, Bramante and Lorenzo, the youngest. The “princess of Bramante” is the oldest and smallest of the vineyards, producing only Brunello di Montalcino, but it is a vineyard that is full of memories, which it brings with it at every harvest. Luciano says that it is the soil, not even the vines, that makes most of the wine, even if the attentive winemaker knows what to look for among those branches from the day of pruning up to harvesting. Bramante is a precise Brunello that is full of freshness, with a surprising, alive and vibrant enjoyment and a regenerating finale of red currants, white pepper, rhubarb with an ending of orange and herbs. Vital.






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