An outstanding surprise, the 2010 Brunello di Montalcino is a monumental wine. The Rennina single vineyard is said to be more feminine compared to the bolder fruit sourced in the nearby Sugarille cru. But in the 2010 vintage, you definitely get a compelling sense of power, density and extraction. What distinguishes the wine is the delicate mineral signature that appears through the thick texture of the fruit. It's like background music that gives cozy ambiance to an elaborately furnished ballroom. I consider the 2010 Rennina a masterpiece and, again, I just don't know how Angelo Gaja does it. He is the winemaker with the Midas touch...it's just so darn good...It will continue its evolution for 10-20 years. Congratulations. eRobertParker.com
Damn good. Excellent mouthfeel and medium tannins. Wonderful dry cherry profile.
Damn good. Excellent mouthfeel and medium tannins. Wonderful dry cherry profile.9.3