2006 San Polino Brunello di Montalcino

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  • Sangiovese Grosso
  • 750ML
  • WS 95
  • JS 94
  • WE 92

Reviews for 2006 San Polino Brunello di Montalcino

WS 95
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, January 2011
There's great purity to the black cherry and black currant flavors in this red with support from tobacco and iron notes along with a hint of chocolate as this winds down. Well-structured and harmonious with excellent... There's great purity to the black cherry and black currant flavors in this red with support from tobacco and iron notes along with a hint of chocolate as this winds down. Well-structured and harmonious with excellent potential and fine length. Best from 2014 through 2030. - BS
JS 94
James Suckling - jamessuckling.com, January 2011
I like the nose of crushed berries flowers and black licorice. Full bodied with a dense palate of ultra fine tannins. It's all there and just making me happy. Best after 2014. Made from organic grapes.
WE 92
Wine Enthusiast - Wine Enthusiast, April 2011
Pretty sweet spice and cherry aromas are followed by richness and a plush extracted mouthfeel. In terms of its flavors the wine shows soft vanilla and cherry tones with crushed clove at the rear. - M.L.
JJB 93
Neil Mechanic - JJ Buckley, April 2012
Dazzling medium translucent purple-violet. The nose is a potpourri of crushed raspberry and black cherry scents with hints of citrus rind and cedar. The palate entry features ripe plum and blackberry flavors with dashes... Dazzling medium translucent purple-violet. The nose is a potpourri of crushed raspberry and black cherry scents with hints of citrus rind and cedar. The palate entry features ripe plum and blackberry flavors with dashes of cedar licorice and sweet tobacco. The acidity pulls this together wonderfully providing an uplifting effect. The dry leathery finish shows well-integrated tannins that are as angular and precise as those in a well-made Bordeaux. But this is truly Sangiovese. Enjoy after decanting but for best results age this for another 2-4 years to allow all the elements to come together.