Poggio San Polo Brunello di Montalcino 2010

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A beautiful estate located in the southeastern
part of Montalcino, San Polo sits at 1,300
feet above sea level overlooking the Sant’Antimo
Valley and Mount Amiata. 20 of the 52 acres are
currently producing Brunello di Montalcino, while
the rest are dedicated to Rosso di Montalcino and
IGT wines.
In place of chemical fertilizers, nitrogen rich cover
crops are used to improve the soil. Careful bud
selection and canopy management aim to reduce
the incidence of molds and mildews in the vineyards.
The cellar follows the principles of integration with
the natural landscape by harnessing renewable
resources to power the winery
Category Red Wine
Country Italy
Region Tuscany
Appellation Brunello di Montalcino
Brand Poggio San Polo
  • wa94+

Wine AdvocatePoggio San Polo's 2010 Brunello di Montalcino is a beautiful wine with a deep sense of aromatic purity and complexity. The bouquet delivers characteristic tones of small berry, forest floor, pressed violets, sweet spice, licorice and cola. Those aromas are both pure and intense, and build in momentum as the wine takes on more air in the glass. This is a fantastic effort with a mouthfeel that is as delicate and light as its it is meaningful and long-lasting. The overall effect is one of elegance and finesse. This is a highly recommendable achievement from a classic vintage. Open this bottle after 2017.

Monica Larner, February 2015
  • ws94

Wine SpectatorSweet cherry, plum, licorice and wild herb aromas and flavors mingle in this supple, juicy red. Layered and complex, with elegance and a mineral-tinged aftertaste. Shows excellent harmony and expression. Best from 2018 through 2033. 3,400 cases made.

Bruce Sanderson, June 30, 2015
  • we90

Wine EnthusiastOak, herb, fennel, hay and wild berry aromas lead the nose. The firm palate offers Morello cherry, oak, cinnamon, clove, Mediterranean herb and a confectionary note alongside tightly knit and austere tannins that need to unwind. Drink 2018-2030.

Kerin O'Keefe, May 1, 2015