Brunello di Montalcino 2001 - 66 tasting notes
19 May 2006 by JR
See my overview of Brunello 2001 for more background but basically this collection of wines included all of the following: - some simple, slightly dilute wines, perhaps because vines were too young or selection was not strict enough  – enormous variation in style, depth of colour and acidity level with about 40 per cent of slightly caricature super-modern wines, presumably because of the variation in picking dates, macerations and, especially, oak regimes - but also, when the wines were good, some very good wines indeed Wines are listed below alphabetically by producer name ignoring the words...

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