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Rating: 95 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Tuscany Country:Italy
Varietals: Sangiovese ABV:14%

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95 Pts Wine Spectator

"There's fine depth to the cherry, plum and licorice aromas and flavors in this supple red, which is concentrated, yet balanced and refined, with the dusty tannins asserting themselves on the finish for now. Very complex and long. Best from 2013 through 2027. 120 cases imported." (06/11)

94+ Pts Antonio Galloni - Vinous

"The 2006 Brunello di Montalcino Piaggione is superb. Smoke, tar, wild cherries, underbrush and licorice are some of the notes that emerge from this expansive, textured Brunello. In 2006 the Piaggione shows that extra level of richness and depth that can be elusive in this bottling. The explosive, building finish leaves a lasting impression. Today the wine is young and not fully composed, but it will be sublime in another few years. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2026." (05/11)


"Intense garnet color with a complete balsamic, spiced and fruity nose. Strong tannic structure with an ample palate. Hints of chocolate and coffee on the finish. Intense and persistent."

"Made from 100% Sangiovese harvested from the Vigna del Teatro and Vigna del Piaggione vineyards. After traditional red wine fermentation, the wine is aged in a combination of large French and Slavonian oak casks for 3 years. The wine is bottled without fining or filtration and is matured for an additional year in bottle. This Brunello exhibits intense garnet color with a floral and fruity bouquet. Solid tannic structure surrounds an ample palate that shows hints of coffee and chocolate on the finish. Intense and persistent." - Importer

"Podere Salicutti is gem of an estate located in Montalcino and one of the leading figures in the tiny, yet burgeoning "Natural Wine" movement in Brunello appellation. It is run meticulously by Francesco Leanza who left his career as a chemical engineer in Rome to dedicate himself full-time to Podere Salicutti in 1995. Leanza originally purchased the property in 1990 and immediately began reviving the olive grove and renovating the building on the estate. A few years later, he set out to revive the vineyards, which he had begun replanting in 1994."

"The entire Salicutti estate comprises 11 acres - just over four of which are planted to vine. Piaggione, the vineyard just below the winery, was originally planted in 1994 though part of it was replanted in 2012. It is used for Brunello - its soil is predominantly limestone and sand. Piaggione Alto is an extended part of the Piaggione hill that was planted in 2007 with guyot training – also used for Brunello. Sorgente, the vineyard above the winery, is used for the Rosso di Montalcino. Half of Sorgente was planted in 1994 and half in 2001. The soil here is a mix of old and new soil - some stratified schist as well as some deep ocean deposit. Sorgente has more clay in it than does Piaggione or Piaggione Alto. Finally the Teatro vineyard which is a .7 hectare parcel further up the hill from the other two - this was planted with massale selection Sangiovese in 1994. Organic viticulture is extremely important to Leanza, and all much of the vineyard work is done by hand with the use of machines kept to a minimum to preserve the life of the soils. Leanza was the first producer in Montalcino to be certified organic. He believes that a vineyard must be treated like a beloved garden and that a vineyard will give better fruit if it is loved and well cared for."

"At harvest, all the grapes are harvested by hand, and carefully sorted before being brought into the winery for fermentation which occurs in open top stainless steel and, of course, with natural yeast. Macerations last for around three weeks. His Rosso di Montalcino is aged in 10HL tonneaux - 20% of which is new - it then goes into the bottle for at least six months before release. His Brunello is aged 3 years in wood. It starts in smaller oak - a combo of barrique and tonneaux - and then is transferred progressively into larger oak over the three years, eventually ending in 40HL botte."

"Leanza makes only about 7-9,000 bottles of Brunello each year. His style impeccably balances power and elegance, and the wines have almost a Burgundian sense of style and grace on the palate. He believes in showcasing the personality of each vintage in the wine, rather than over-working the vinifications to make more than nature gave. Given the tiny production, Salicutti's wines are sought after, and for good reason, they have the stuffing to develop with age in the cellar though they have an elegance that makes them tempting to drink on release as well." - Importer