5/5

2017

Valutazione: 5 Grappoli Bibenda 2018.

2018

Oscar miglior vino emergenteBrunello di Montalcino Paesaggio Inatteso 2012 ...

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Brunello di Montalcino Paesaggio Inatteso 2012 - Camigliano

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91

2017

Valutazione: 91 punti su 100.
93

2017

Valutazione: 93 punti su 100.
17,5/20

2017

Valutazione: 17,5 punti su 20/20.
93

2017

“This is opulent, sporting cherry, raspberry, spice and tobacco flavors. ...

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“This is opulent, sporting cherry, raspberry, spice and tobacco flavors. Features a coarse weave of tannins, but the elements hang together nicely, picking up graphite and earth accents on the lingering aftertaste. Best from 2020 through 2035. 550 cases made.”
-Bruce Sanderson

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93

2017

“This is a new entry wine from the historic Camigliano estate. The ...

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“This is a new entry wine from the historic Camigliano estate. The 2012 Brunello di Montalcino Paesaggio Inatteso offers a more robust style and more impactful aromatic intensity. The bouquet grabs you by the nose, so to speak. This seems to be a super charged version of the Brunello annata with a more luscious and enriched personality. I feel as if Paesaggio Inatteso (“unexpected scenery” in Italian) is crafted as a means of offering consumers a more approachable wine that can be consumed in the near term at their favorite restaurant. Only 6,600 bottles were produced.”
-Monica Larner

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90

2017

“Medium bright red. Strawberry, baking spices and dried flowers on ...

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“Medium bright red. Strawberry, baking spices and dried flowers on the perfumed nose. Dense and focused but a little reduced on entry, with austere flavors of raspberry and strawberry that offers a bright mineral quality. Finishes long, tangy and bright.”
-Ian D’Agata

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93

2016

“Complex aromas of dried flowers and walnuts follow through to a ...

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“Complex aromas of dried flowers and walnuts follow through to a medium to full body, a solid core of fruit, ripe tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Drink or hold.”
-James Suckling

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Paesaggio Inatteso Brunello di Montalcino Sheet Vintage 2012

Controlled designation of origin

Description

Sheet Vintage 2012

CLIIMATE : Tuscany's low yields in 2012 can be largely attributed to two extremely cold weeks in February and cool, wet weather during flowering in May. Warm, dry weather from June to August caused drought concern and it was important to pay attention to working the soil and canopy management. Rain at the end of August brought much-needed relief for the vines and extended the ripening period, particularly for the late-ripening Sangiovese. In the end, it was important to harvest parcel by parcel, as the ripeness was uneven, a result of the prolonged flowering period. Though the summer was dry, it wasn't too hot and by all reports the Sangiovese-based wines show good acidity and fruit
CONSORZIO DFEL BRUNELLO RATING: 5 stars

HARVEST: first and second week of October

GRAPE: 100% sangiovese grosso

VINIFICATION: fermentation in stainless steel at a controlled temperature with racking and delestage, maceration 30 days

AGEING: 30 months in wood, Slavonian and Feench oak barrels of 25 hl

PRODUCTION: 6.600 bottles

ANALYSIS: Alcool svolto(%): 14,00, Acidità totale (g/lt.): 5,5, Acidità volatile (g/lt.):0,45, SO2 Totale (mg/lt.): 114, SO2 libera (mg/lt.) 34, pH: 3,60, Estratto secco netto (g/lt.) 31,3
DESCRIPTION: Wine with great structure, intense ruby red, complex bouquet with notes of red fruit and undergrowth, amalgamated with balsamic hints. When harvested, the grapes are in optimal condition and have reached all analytical markers

GASTRONOMIC ACCOMPANIMENTS: Serve at about 18°C and pair with game, beef, pork, and aged cheese. It could also be served simply accompanied by the aromas of its Mediterranean essence