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Antinori Brunello di Montalcino Pian delle Vigne 2010

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SKU 49060


A deep and brilliant ruby red in color, the 2010 Pian delle Vigne is characterized by complex and intense aromas: floral notes accompanied by fragrant sensations of wild cherries, raspberries, and citrus fruit, then followed by chocolate, toasted tobacco leaves, liquorice and, on the finish, a perceptible presence of plums, mint, and eucalyptus. Balanced and ample on the palate with full and intense flavors and texture, the wine is elegant and noble in the tactile sensations of its tannins and very mineral as well, a Brunello which promises significant expressive possibilities as it ages and develops over time.
Category Red Wine
Country Italy
Region Tuscany
Appellation Brunello di Montalcino
Brand Antinori
  • js96

James SucklingLots of candied-orange, dark-fruit and dried-flower character on the nose. Full body with soft, silky tannins and a chewy finish. Funky and intense. Lots of smoked-meat, berry and dark-chocolate character. Very rich and delicious. Best Brunello from here in a long time. Try in 2016.

January 2015
  • wa93

Wine AdvocateThe 2010 Brunello di Montalcino Pian delle Vigne is a well-built wine that shows the muscular side of this celebrated star of Tuscan winemaking. The Brunello opens to a thick, dark appearance with shapely aromas of dark cherry, plum, blackberry, leather dark chocolate and spice. The winemaking is impeccable, if rather stylized in terms of oak and fruit maturity. The aim here is to produce a wine the oozes softness and richness and this goal has been abundantly achieved. Pian delle Vigne is a Brunello that will excel in both the near and long term.

Monica Larner, February 2015
  • we91

Wine EnthusiastFleshy dark-skinned fruit, vanilla, underbrush, leather and eucalyptus aromas lead the nose. The round, chewy palate offers mature black cherry, game, anisette and plum cake alongside velvety tannins. It's already surprisingly accessible. Enjoy through 2022.

Kerin O'Keefe, May 1, 2015