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Brunello di Montalcino Madonna delle Grazie Il Marroneto 2015 (750ML)
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98+ Points, Monica Larner, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Il Marroneto 2015 Brunello di Montalcino Madonna delle Grazie creeps up on you slowly. Give this wine ample time to open and put on weight and volume. Or better yet, just stick the bottle in your cellar for a few more years. Fruit comes from a 1.6-hectare parcel at 420 meters above sea level. This site, located just below the Madonna delle Grazie chapel, has sandy mineral-rich soils. This wine is very different from the Alessandro Mori's classic Brunello. Here, you get that beautiful purity in the bouquet, but you also get a different mouthfeel that is characterized by more structure and a firmer set of tannins. However, the overall integration is superior here considering that this wine is richer and has more material and overall density. Cherry, grenadine and cassis are followed by jasmine and even a touch of exotic fruit. As the wine opens, you catch a hint of mesquite or hickory smoke. Some 7,040 bottles were made. This wine was bottled in June 2019, and it hit the market in January 2020." 1/20.
97 Points, Eric Guido, Vinous: "The 2015 Brunello di Montalcino Madonna delle Grazie is showing a much darker and more backward bouquet, as earth tones and smoky minerals give way to woodland berries, white smoke, crushed fall leaves, worn leather, and a hint of licorice. On the palate, I'm finding soft textures with depths of dark red fruits and spice, as savory herbs and mineral tones come forward, overlaying fine tannins. The finish is long, showing its powerful structure, as dried black cherry and inner florals resonate over a core of grippy tannin. Hands off the 2015 Madonna delle Grazie for at least the next three to five years; it's an epic wine in the making." 04/20
100 Points, Kerin O'Keefe, Wine Enthusiast: [Cellar Seletion] "Violet, iris, warm spice, new leather, earth and wild berry are just some of the aromas you'll find on this tantalizingly fragrant, gorgeous red. Linear and elegant, the radiant palate shows youthful tension, boasting red cherry, pomegranate, star anise, baking spice and orange zest framed in tightly wound, polished tannins and bright acidity. Drink 2025-2040." 05/20
98 Points, Michaela Morris, Decanter: "Alessandro Mori's 1.6ha Madonna delle Grazie vineyard is always vinified separately. During ageing, he decides whether to bottle it on its own or - in a vintage like 2014 - to blend it with the rest of his parcels. It is no surprise that he produced this bottling in 2015, which has a markedly different character than his regular Brunello. Much more brooding at the moment, this eventually opens with incense, black cherry and exotic spice. The palate is centred around a firm backbone which effortlessly supports a core of pristine fruit. It has a sinewy build but remains nimble in its power. The finish hints at charms to come with flecks of heather and cherry blossom lingering." 2/20
99 Points, Raffaele Vecchione: "A wine of impressive elegance with hints of strawberry and black plum mainly. Aromatic complexity of great relief with white jasmine flowers and red hibiscus flowers that blend perfectly with chinotto and white pepper. Medium-full body, ultra silky and defined tannins, perfectly ripe and polymerized that give a pleasant impact of great impact. The finish is powerful and sumptuous. A wine capable of moving from the first sip. An emotion to treat yourself and not to be missed. Better since 2022." 03/20.