Critical Acclaim: 92 pts James Suckling; 91 pts Wine Enthusiast; 90 pts Robert Parker's Wine Advocate; 90 pts Jeb Dunnuck; 90 pts Wine Spectator.
"A nicely spicy Rosso di Montalcino with cloves, dried flowers, sour cherries and orange peel on the nose. Creamy and medium- to full-bodied, with chalky tannins and a ripe, chocolaty finish. Drink or hold."- James Suckling.
"Aromas of ripe plum, camphor and oak-driven spice waft out of the glass. The full-bodied palate features fleshy black cherry, licorice and vanilla alongside close-grained tannins."- Wine Enthusiast.
"The Il Poggione 2021 Rosso di Montalcino (with 200,000 bottles made) offers medium fruit weight with dark cherry, wild plum and savory spice. This is a terrific vintage with moderate summer temperatures and a long growing season that agrees very much with Sangiovese, a grape that takes its time to ripen and develop complexity. This Rosso also reveals an especially spicy character with nutmeg and cinnamon that seems to come from the skins of the grape as much as it may come from 12 months in oak."- Robert Parker's Wine Advocate.
"Dark fruited and flush with sweet floral perfume, the 2021 Rosso Di Montalcino is ripe with boysenberry, black raspberry, pine sap, and balsamic. A bit of varnish on the opening may need some time to settle down. It has a silky and satin-like texture, with black cherry cola, mocha, and purple flowers, and the wine is medium to full-bodied, open, and inviting. Drink 2023-2038."- Jeb Dunnuck.
"A juicy red, with leather and underbrush accents framing smoky cherry, plum and mineral flavors. Well-structured and long, with a solid grip of tannins on the lingering aftertaste. Offers fine intensity. Drink now through 2027. 5,000 cases imported."- Wine Spectator.