"This has a complex nose of black plums, cloves and cigar smoke. Lots of chocolate. It's full-bodied with good depth and intensity. Firm but ripe tannins. Chocolate and cherries on the finish. Drink after 2024." 10/20
94 Points Jeb Dunnuck
Cantina di Montalcino is a co-operative which sources from all areas of the Montalcino region. The 2016 Brunello, which was aged for two years in French and Slavonian oak barrels, offers aromatics of black plum compote, smoke, vanilla, violets, and tar. The palate is full-bodied and mouth-coating with blackberry jam, leather, and cocoa. It has richness and depth, with an approachable modern feel. Drink 2021-2030.