‘Brunello from 2016 and Brunello Riserva from 2015 are poised for long-term success, they will undoubtedly be remembered as important highlights on a long timeline of vintages. These are career-defining wines for many estates and for the appellation as a whole’.
Monica Larner, The Wine Advocate
The first recognized DOCG (in 1980), the Sangiovese Grosso wines from Montalcino hold a lofty position in Italy’s fine wine firmament. Modern viticulture, with increasing focus on understanding individual sites and skilled and ever more considered winemaking, continues to improve the quality of the wines produced each year. They take their place amongst the collectible wines of the world.