Le Potazzine Gorelli Brunello di Montalcino 2004
|Appellation||Brunello di Montalcino|
|Brand||Le Potazzine Gorelli|
Wine EnthusiastGiuseppe Gorelli's Brunello tastes a bit ripe in 2004 with layers of dried figs, prunes, apricots and candied fruit. In the mouth, the wine is angular and raw in places because of the mature nature of its tannins, but it does close with surprisingly fresh notes of wild berry and underbrush that balance it out. Drink now.
Wine SpectatorShows sweet cherries and berries on the nose, with a lemony undertone. Medium-bodied, with good fruit and a fresh, clean finish. This is a little light for the vintage. Drink now.