Flavors of plump, ripe blackberry, plum and blueberry are buoyed by elevated levels of acidity that keep the wine fresh and vibrant despite its depth and concentration. It all culminates in a warm lingering finish, making this a perfect foil for rich, hearty dishes.
Recipe PairingsDuck Breasts with Roasted Figs and Balsamic Glaze
Rhône Valley, France
By law, the wines of Brunello di Montalcino must age in oak barrles for two years, then in the bottle for two years, before they can be sold.