Boscoselvo Brunello 2010
is aged for four-years, partly in wood, which gives this wine a strong body, long intense smell and a full taste. There are hints of vanilla and tobacco.
Brunello di Montalcino is one Italy’s most famous and prestigious wines. In Tuscany, its homeland, it shares the top spot with only the highly-prized Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and of course the ubiquitous Chianti. All Brunello di Montalcino wine is made exclusively from Sangiovese grapes grown on the slopes around Montalcino – a classic Tuscan hilltop village 20 miles (30km) south of Siena. The word Brunello translates roughly as ‘little dark one’, and is the local vernacular name for Sangiovese Grosso, the large-berried form of Sangiovese which grows in the area. Boscoselvo Brunello 2010 is indeed a very fine wine.