Wine Spectator 94 points - The 2010 Brunello di Montalcino opens to a dark garnet color and pretty layers of dried cherry, blackberry, delicate spice, leather and tobacco. There’s a soft side to this young Brunello that has been finessed by the oak to render an almost-immediate approach. It looks ready to drink in three years or so, and may require less aging time than many of its peers in this vintage. The wine closes strong with bright acidity and very attractive notes of dark fruit and spice. Some Brunellos call out for a juicy cut of succulent red meat by their side, and this is one of those wines.
COLLOSORBO WINERY 2010 COLLOSORBO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO
"Coffee and chocolate aromas signal this exotic and fragrant red. The cherry and plum notes are almost afterthoughts, while spice, leather and tobacco flavors come to the fore, with vivid acidity through the lingering finish. Best from 2019 through 2035." Bruce Sanderson Wine Spectator 94 points