There’s something about Brunello wines that get both the novice and the most established collector alike excited—what with their legendary lifespans and famously complex flavors of sour cherry, sweet tobacco, brush, and Italian herbs. Simply put, when it comes to Brunello, classics are classic for a reason.
All Brunello di Montalcino is made from the Sangiovese grape variety—and it comes exclusively from the slopes of the hilltop village of Montalcino. Brunello di Montalcino is a relatively small region in Tuscany with nearly 200 wineries who estate-bottle their wines. Many of these Brunellos are highly allocated. But as New Yorkers, we at Astor Wines & Spirits admittedly get spoiled with the best-of-the-best selection. And while bottles of Brunello have the tendency to disappear year-in year-out, we’re happy to share some of the finest vintages we could get our hands on.
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