Castello Banfi’s 2014 Brunello di Montalcino Poggio alle Mura clocks in at a higher intensity and textural threshold compared to the annata Brunello released in this same vintage. This single-vineyard expression sees more concentration and power, and you notice it more in a vintage like 2014 that delivers so many undertone wines. This wine has evidently been engineered (thanks to fruit selection, slightly longer maceration times and a greater use of barrique as opposed to botte) to produce this very noticeable step up in power. The 2014 vintage calls for this approach. Some 40,000 bottles were made.
Robert Parker 93 point.
Ved køb af 6 flasker leveres vinene i orig. trækasse.