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  • 2018 Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Col d'Orcia

    Stor, fyldig Brunello med præcis struktur, kraftig og balanceret. Tanninerne er modne og bløde og bidrager til en endeløs lang smag. Server i store glas. Druerne kommer fra Sant'Angelo skråningen ca. 300 moh. over Orcia floden vendt syd-sydvest, hvor de får sol hele dagen. Den unikke Sangiovese-drueklon er specifik udvalgt af Col d'Orcia, og druerne håndhøstes sorteres strengt både i mark og kælder.
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    Falstaff 94 / 100
    Jeb Dunnuck 93 / 100
    Jancis Robinson 17,5 / 20
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    DruesorterSangiovese/Prugnolo/Brunello (100%)
    Alkohol %14,5%
    FlaskestørrelseHelflaske, 0,75 liter
    94 / 100


    Bright, radiant ruby red. Precise nose of ripe raspberries, underpinned by subtle sweet spices, elderberry, mint. On the palate great juiciness and tight tannin, polished, radiant in fruit, also hearty in drive, flinty finish.

    93 / 100

    Jeb Dunnuck

    Full and enveloping with purple floral perfume, the 2018 Brunello Di Montalcino is lush with violets, blue fruit, and black raspberry and leather. This moves seamlessly to the palate, where it takes on even more depth, with iron richness, meat, red cherry, raspberry, cedar, and fresh soil.


    Top-value Brunello di Montalcino 2018: The 10 to buy. Col d'Orcia 2018 Champions of organics, biodynamics and biodiversity, Col d'Orcia make an age worthy Brunello - even in 2018 - for an accessible price.

    17,5 / 20

    Jancis Robinson

    Concentrated mid ruby. Slumbering nose showing depth with aeration. Supple, juicy fruit with bags of gravelly tannins. Lots of juice and perfumed fruit on the finish but still embryonic and a little tannic right now, but truly well balanced and complex, textural and tactile on the finish.

    93 / 100


    Roasted herbs, wild cherries, thyme and dried mushrooms on the nose. Medium to full body with silky yet firm tannins supporting supple and fresh layers. Excellent lengt with a delectably savory character. From organically grown grapes. Drink after 2023.

    93 / 100


    Masses of crushed cherries and cloves give way to nuances of spiced citrus peels and cedar as the 2018 Brunello di Montalcino comes to life in the glass. This is round and pliant on the palate, with a balanced inner sweetness contrasting its mineral-tinged acids and tart wild berry fruits. Grippy tannins mount toward the close, yet fail to slow the 2018's momentum, as notes of salted licoriceare left to resonate under an air of dried roses. This is a deep and characterful rendition of Col d'Orcia's Brunello...

    93 / 100


    Santiago Marone Cinzano explains that in 2018, délestage played a key role, especially over extended periods of 8-12 hours, allowing delicate skins to macerate with a reduced amount of juice in order to coax out sufficient concentration. Beautifully weighted, it's full yet agile with enough stuffing to carry it over the next decade. Above all, it underscores the freshness of the vintage: fragrances reveal themselves slowly but are very much in the floral spectrum, with cherry and thyme blossoms lifted by traces of pepper. Crunchy red plum and succulent cherry flavours take over on palate, where youthful grippy tannins need some time to yield.

    93 / 100

    Robert Parker

    A certified organic wine, the 2018 Brunello di Montalcino has dark fruit, bold cherry, earthy notes and a hint of black olive or scorched earth. The wine is generous and round in terms of mouthfeel with a streamlined mid-palate and plenty of Sangiovese acidity to keep things lively and fresh. The tannins are well managed and silky. This is an abundant release of 200,000 bottles.

    94 / 100


    This promising Brunello is hallmarked by pretty cherry, strawberry, currant and floral aromas and flavors. Starts out elegant and lacy, then the dense matrix of tannins emerges, giving different character to the long finish. Reveals wild herb and mineral notes that add depth. Best from 2025 through 2043.