Tenuta Col d'Orcia

Brunello di Montalcino Sangiovese

9.184 ratings
9.09 pro ratings
Montalcino, Siena, Tuscany, Italy
Sangiovese
Top Notes For
Hans-Ole Jochumsen

19 glas - oct 2006



19 glas - oct 2006



1 person found it helpfulOct 21st, 2014
Denis Roudenko

Замша, минеральность, вишневая косточка. Довольно брутально. Танины выраженные, но уже достаточно зрелые. 16.5/20 (91/100)

Замша, минеральность, вишневая косточка. Довольно брутально. Танины выраженные, но уже достаточно зрелые. 16.5/20 (91/100)

1 person found it helpfulJun 16th, 2014
WineMascot

A touch young with youthful waxiness should have waited 5 or more years.

A touch young with youthful waxiness should have waited 5 or more years.

Apr 19th, 2015
Corey Zamora, CSW

Very balanced. Still drinking very young. Tea leaves, cherry, earthy old world tones.

Very balanced. Still drinking very young. Tea leaves, cherry, earthy old world tones.

Nov 17th, 2014
Ryan Vento

What was meant to be a casual dinner with friends over homemade BLTs ended up turning into a full-blown wine dinner.
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Cinnamon-dusted cherries, dusty attic, licorice, and dried tobacco leaves. Our hosts grabbed this bottle during their most recent trip to Italy. Very grateful they opened it 🔥

What was meant to be a casual dinner with friends over homemade BLTs ended up turning into a full-blown wine dinner.
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Cinnamon-dusted cherries, dusty attic, licorice, and dried tobacco leaves. Our hosts grabbed this bottle during their most recent trip to Italy. Very grateful they opened it 🔥

Apr 6th, 2019
Mark Nawacki

I don't think the '06 Col D'Orcia has reached its peak yet. But the big debate - do BdM's age well? I think they do. Opened 3 hours ago and finally coming alive. Dark, brooding, big tannins, yielding black tea, leather, gun powder, even meat. Fruit buried deep beneath but finally starting to pop now, prunes, sour cherries, dark berries. Notes of cedar with dark fruit on the nose. Complex and layered. This is bottle 3 of 5 for me, last one was in 2013. I think still will evolve for years to come.

I don't think the '06 Col D'Orcia has reached its peak yet. But the big debate - do BdM's age well? I think they do. Opened 3 hours ago and finally coming alive. Dark, brooding, big tannins, yielding black tea, leather, gun powder, even meat. Fruit buried deep beneath but finally starting to pop now, prunes, sour cherries, dark berries. Notes of cedar with dark fruit on the nose. Complex and layered. This is bottle 3 of 5 for me, last one was in 2013. I think still will evolve for years to come.

May 28th, 2017
LM Segal

Celebrating my son's '06 birthday (at least his parents were...). Medium weight and lighter side of Brunello, smokey cherry and cedar nose. Taut tobacco and light spice, sour cherry hints. Perfect now, started to give up after 3 hrs so don't wait too much longer.

Celebrating my son's '06 birthday (at least his parents were...). Medium weight and lighter side of Brunello, smokey cherry and cedar nose. Taut tobacco and light spice, sour cherry hints. Perfect now, started to give up after 3 hrs so don't wait too much longer.

Nov 6th, 2015
Dan Michael

From our trip last summer to Montalcino, a stunner, wish Chef Nash Cognetti's Rabbit Pappardelle, awesome.

From our trip last summer to Montalcino, a stunner, wish Chef Nash Cognetti's Rabbit Pappardelle, awesome.

Oct 24th, 2015
Bob Pratt

Start of a new week, served with Sunny's veggie pasta. A little thin compared to the big wines we have been drinking but nuanced and elegant.

Start of a new week, served with Sunny's veggie pasta. A little thin compared to the big wines we have been drinking but nuanced and elegant.

Sep 7th, 2015
Heather Venegas

Finnertys recommend...

Finnertys recommend...

Aug 22nd, 2015