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In line with the characteristics of this subzone that include darker more structured wines, Belpoggio's rendition tend to be deeply laden with ripe fruit, clove and baking spice, and show well even when young.
"Another superb interpretation for this Brunello by the Martellozzo family. Intense nose, with a pronounced balsamic trace, duroni cherries, blackberries. Perfect officinal tone of marjoram. Iodized tannins perceived in the mouth with a final balsamic taste." -99 Points Luca Gardini of The Wine Notes

The estate is about 10 hectares, half of which are dedicated to Sangiovese and the other part to olive groves. Enrico Martellozzo's Brunello di Montalcino comes from a five-hectare vineyard located a stone's throw away from the sun-drenched abbey at Castelnuovo dell'Abate.

Tuscany as a broader region includes famous areas including Montalcino and Chianti and of course the famous table wine, the Super Tuscan. The most planted variety is Sangiovese but international varieties are increasing in popularity with the critical acclaim of Super Tuscan style wines.

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Belpoggio 2016 Brunello di Montalcino Riserva

SKU: 884956
Regular price $154.85 $99.85 36% off
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COUNTRY: Italy

REGION: Tuscany

VARIETAL: Sangiovese

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FORMAT: 750 ML

In line with the characteristics of this subzone that include darker more structured wines, Belpoggio's rendition tend to be deeply laden with ripe fruit, clove and baking spice, and show well even when young.
"Another superb interpretation for this Brunello by the Martellozzo family. Intense nose, with a pronounced balsamic trace, duroni cherries, blackberries. Perfect officinal tone of marjoram. Iodized tannins perceived in the mouth with a final balsamic taste." -99 Points Luca Gardini of The Wine Notes

The estate is about 10 hectares, half of which are dedicated to Sangiovese and the other part to olive groves. Enrico Martellozzo's Brunello di Montalcino comes from a five-hectare vineyard located a stone's throw away from the sun-drenched abbey at Castelnuovo dell'Abate.

Tuscany as a broader region includes famous areas including Montalcino and Chianti and of course the famous table wine, the Super Tuscan. The most planted variety is Sangiovese but international varieties are increasing in popularity with the critical acclaim of Super Tuscan style wines.