If you enjoy fine Italian reds, you’ll know how special Brunello di Montalcino is. And, how much these wines can fetch – especially in a great year like 91 Parker-Point 2009. “The best are all about finesse and balance and will be superb over the next few years,” says Wine Enthusiast.
Tenuta Lamiata 2009 is an exclusive label from old friends. No estate name as they have a reputation to uphold, but the cork will reveal all. And, we can tell you that this gem fetched an impressive 90 Parker Points, along with another 90-Point rating and this rave review, from top critic James Suckling:
“A delicate, delicious Brunello with plum, cocoa and hints of hazelnut character. Medium to full body with a delicate finish. Outstanding energy at the end. Drink or hold.”