Castello di Camigliano Brunello di Montalcino 2010 750ml
- • Year 2010
- • Size 750ml
- • Country Italy
- • Region Tuscany
- • Sub Region Brunello di Montalcino
- • Dominant Varietal Sangiovese
- • Rating 93
- • Publication James Suckling
"Almost salty in taste, featuring licorice, kirsch, raspberry and tobacco aromas and flavors. Supple in texture, with a light grain to the underlying tannins. Shows fine length, revealing echoes of cherry on the finish. Best from 2017 through 2030. 250 cases made. Bruce Sanderson"
"This is very spicy with chilies and peppers before turning to berries and strawberries. Full body, velvety tannins and flavors as well as lightly salty undertones. Drink or hold."
Vinous Antonio Galloni
"Camigliano 2010 Brunello di Montalcino races across the palate with gorgeous depth and intensity. The style is superripe, racy and fruitforward as this decidedly opulent Brunello shows off its distinctive personality. Hints of spice, cherry pit and crushed flowers add nuance on the resonant finish, but the 2010 is first and foremost a wine to enjoy for its unapologetically sumptuous expression of Sangiovese."
Robert Parker The Wine Advocate
"From one of the most timetested estates in Montalcino, the 2010 Brunello di Montalcino opens to a beautiful appearance that is dark ruby and saturated, but not exaggeratedly extracted. In fact, the 2010 vintage is noticeably more elegant and feminine compared to past vintages from Camigliano that produces wine that often taste jammy and overripe. In fact, the mouthfeel doesn't even offer the obvious fruit you might expect. Instead, it shows a tight weave of spice, rosemary oil and blackcurrant. This wine is all about small details and needs a few more years to complete its evolution."