Poggio Antico Brunello Di Montalcino 2013
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Wine Advocate 93
“Here is a silky and smooth interpretation of Sangiovese from a cool and classic vintage. The 2013 Brunello di Montalcino offers a balanced bouquet with equal parts dark fruit, spice and grilled herb. This wine delivers a soft and delicate approach with firm tannins that are well integrated within the greater flesh and texture of the wine.”
by Robert Parker, ML, 2018.

Vinous Media 92
“Bright red. Fresh and floral, offering straightforward red berry, herb and ... read more
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Item ID: #36659
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Advocate 93
“Here is a silky and smooth interpretation of Sangiovese from a cool and classic vintage. The 2013 Brunello di Montalcino offers a balanced bouquet with equal parts dark fruit, spice and grilled herb. This wine delivers a soft and delicate approach with firm tannins that are well integrated within the greater flesh and texture of the wine.”
by Robert Parker, ML, 2018.

Vinous Media 92
“Bright red. Fresh and floral, offering straightforward red berry, herb and violet aromas and flavors with early appeal. Impeccably balanced and smooth on the long, violet-accented finish. A very elegant Brunello with sneaky concentration and depth.”
by Vinous Media, ID, 2018.

James Suckling 94
“Seriously fresh and clean with blackberry, orange peel and hints of mushroom. Medium to full body, fine and silky tannins and a crisp finish.”
by James Suckling, JS, 2017.

Wine Spectator 92
“Elegant, even delicate, this red evokes leafy, floral, strawberry and cherry notes, all backed by a firm, bright structure. Linear yet long, with fine tension and juiciness.”
by Wine Spectator, BS, 2018.

Description
Aged for just over 3 years in traditional large Slavonian barrels, and then refined in bottle for 8 months prior to release. This wine has great cellaring potential. Intensely mineral, with lots of red fruit flavors, garigue, and geranium notes, this wine makes a wonderful accompaniment to duck, herb encrusted lamb, pasta with a ragu sauce and steak.

Estate
Poggio Antico is one of Montalcino's most elevated estates, with vineyards averaging 1476 feet above sea level, southwest of the famed medieval citadel. Both the unique location and altitude privilege the wines of Poggio Antico, which benefit from the perfect exposure and enjoy favorable overnight drops in temperature, ideal conditions that increase finesse and intense bouquet.

History
Poggio Antico was founded in 1976 and consiss of 50 clay, calcareous acres of Brunello di Montalcino. The estate has seen a phenomenal growth, going from 50 to the present 80 acres under vine, developing two parallel Brunello worlds – the more traditional, larger-barrel Brunello, aged longer in Slavonian oak and the modern, finesse-driven Altero, aged in tonneaux of French oak; securing a stellar position in the global market and extending and upgrading the facility to ultrahigh-tech standards. In 2017 Poggio Antico changed hands and was purchased by Atlas Invest, and it is now directed by the new General Manager Federico Trost. Poggio Antico recently lead a soil survey to approach the plot-by-plot management which started with the 2018 vintage by identifying, and consequently harvesting and fermenting separately, the micro terroirs inside each vineyard. All the estate is currently under organic conversion and a renovation of the cellar and of the hospitality center are part of the new plans.

Tasting note
Here is a silky and smooth interpretation of Sangiovese from a cool and classic vintage. The 2013 Brunello di Montalcino offers a balanced bouquet with equal parts dark fruit, spice and grilled herb. This wine delivers a soft and delicate approach with firm tannins that are well integrated within the greater flesh and texture of the wine.

Vintage
2013: Below average temperatures and heavy precipitation during spring and early June. Summer instead was marked by normal season temperatures with some rainfalls resulting in a gradual ripening of the grapes. In August and September the weather was ideal, with pleasant temperatures during the day combined with cool nights, which enabled phenolic development and proper ripening of the grapes.

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