Fattoria La Lecciaia (Pacini) Brunello di Montalcino Sangiovese 2010

9.031 ratings on Delectable
$34.95

La Lecciaia's 2010 Brunello di Montalcino is beautifully layered in the glass, with gorgeous intrigue, depth and personality all on full display. There is a sense of translucent finesse in the 2010 that is impossible to miss. Sweet red cherry, stone fruit, mint and wild flowers all grace the exquisite finish. What a pretty wine this is. Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

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Ratings on Delectable

James Forsyth

A wonderfully nuanced, graceful wine that is medium to light bodied but has a terrific intensity and long finish. The wine paired beautifully with the full gamut of pastas from this perennially hip Japanese-Italian, Chelsea establishment.

A wonderfully nuanced, graceful wine that is medium to light bodied but has a terrific intensity and long finish. The wine paired beautifully with the full gamut of pastas from this perennially hip Japanese-Italian, Chelsea establishment.

9.4

M. Christopher Roebuck

Please see my previous rating on this. I still found the blunt chocolate cherries. It didn't feel quite as spherical this time around. Tannins a bit more grippy. I gave it 2 hours. Still supreme. 93 points

Please see my previous rating on this. I still found the blunt chocolate cherries. It didn't feel quite as spherical this time around. Tannins a bit more grippy. I gave it 2 hours. Still supreme. 93 points

9.3

Kevin Ortzman Delectable Pro

Dried cherry with a long finish of earth.

Dried cherry with a long finish of earth.

9.0

Jason McLaren

Good but not as full as others. Won't age much longer. Some cranberry and raisin

Good but not as full as others. Won't age much longer. Some cranberry and raisin

9.1