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2006 Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona Brunello di Montalcino Pianrosso

Sangiovese

  • Italy
  • Tuscany
  • Montalcino
  • Brunello di Montalcino

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Community Tasting Note

  • winemaker wrote: 93 points

    June 11, 2018 - PnP. AG only gave this 88 pts, but I think this is better than the normale 2006 Ciacci Brunello. Has the color of a red burgundy. This has more tannic grip and acidity than the normale. This is a wine of breeding and class. Not showing overripe or pruney at all. Long finish.

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5 Comments

  • Bam_Man commented:

    6/11/18, 6:11 PM - Wow - can’t believe Galloni only gave this 88 points. With the insane score inflation seen everywhere now, that is such an insult to the winery & winemaker.

  • winemaker commented:

    6/12/18, 8:23 AM - I think Antonio needs to re-taste this wine. I have been a big fan of the Ciacci Pianrosso for a long time. Often one of my favorite Brunello depending on vintage.

  • Bam_Man commented:

    6/12/18, 6:21 PM - Sometimes these guys just swing and miss. Most often to the upside (with insane 95-99 point scores ala Suckling and Moroni) but occasionally in the other direction. Recent case in point the 2013 I Sodi San Nicolo from Castellare. 94-96 points from everybody else, but only 90 from WS. And this is such a very refined, Burgundian Sangiovese, which you would think would be right in Sanderson’s wheelhouse. Go figure.

  • Eye Drink Reds commented:

    6/18/18, 11:30 AM - Yes, even the 'pros' have their off days, but in general WS is very stingy with their scores, similar to Tanzer.

  • Bam_Man commented:

    6/19/18, 10:24 AM - Yes, I agree. WS is the most consistently reliable with their scores.

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