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The 2010 Brunello di Montalcino Poggio al Granchio is a shapely and powerful wine with a tight approach and a smooth succession of wild berry, spice and cola-like aroma. The wine shows a lot of the balsam herb aromas that are so unique to Sangiovese in the Montalcino appellation. In the mouth, this wine presents tightly-knit tannins that should relax and flesh out with more aging time in the bottle. I would suggest waiting at least three years before popping the cork. The wine is too young to drink now.

Wine Advocate
March 2016

This is austere, with a dense matrix of tannins supporting cherry, tobacco, stone and leather flavors. Stays fresh, featuring a coating of dusty tannins on the finish. Best from 2018-2032.

Wine Spectator
April 13, 2016

Deep red-ruby.  Subtle perfume of raspberry, underbrush and musky herbs.  Silky on entry, then deep and chewy in the middle, with a enticing savory quality and terrific verve to the tactile spicy red berry and flinty flavors. This compellingly juicy, soil-inflected wine features noble tannins and saturates the entire palate on the long finish. This vineyard is located in Montalcino’s south-eastern sector at about 400 meters above sea level on mainly marly soil.

March 2017

A rich swath of plum and cherry flavors is framed by vanilla and resin notes in this flashy red. Though smooth and velvety up front, the tannins gang up on the fruit by the finish.

Wine Spectator
June 15, 2017
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