Brunello di Montalcino. Argiano 2008
Argiano’s Brunello di Montalcino has an intense ruby-red colour. A good concentration in the mid- palate and a persistent aftertaste, yet round and luscious in body, with silky and interesting tannins. It combines power and elegance and indicates a much promising future. Together with the captivating perfumes of red fruits and the clean freshness, the complexity of the wine proves an optimal balance. Decant the wine for at least 1 hour before drinking for an optimum enjoyment.
Consistent enjoyment. A great Brunello and Rosso that thrives in F&B Wine venues. I have not been let down by ARGIANO. Viva Argiano. This wine does not disappoint in the right setting.
Nice medium bodied rounded Brunello. Guests enjoyed 3 bottles, no Flaws.
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Dietary Information: Organic
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