Camigliano 2012 Brunello di Montalcino Paesaggio Inatteso


Wine Spectator 93 Points: "This is opulent, sporting cherry, raspberry, spice and tobacco flavors. Features a coarse weave of tannins, but the elements hang together nicely, picking up graphite and earth accents on the lingering aftertaste. Best from 2020 through 2035. 550 cases made."

Robert Parker 93 Points: "This is a new entry wine from the historic Camigliano estate. The 2012 Brunello di Montalcino Paesaggio Inatteso offers a more robust style and more impactful aromatic intensity. The bouquet grabs you by the nose, so to speak. This seems to be a super charged version of the Brunello annata with a more luscious and enriched personality. I feel as if Paesaggio Inatteso ("unexpected scenery" in Italian) is crafted as a means of offering consumers a more approachable wine that can be consumed in the near term at their favorite restaurant. Only 6,600 bottles were produced.

The exciting news from Camigliano is the introduction of a new wine. The beautiful 2012 Brunello di Montalcino Paesaggio Inatteso (reviewed here) celebrates the estate's 60th birthday. Camigliano was born in 1957 when proprietor Walter Ghezzi happened to drive by the property in his blue Giulietta Sprint. The businessman from Milan decided to embark on a lifelong dream of making wine. Today, the estate counts 60 hectares planted to Sangiovese."

Collections: Italian, Wine

Type: WINE

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