Tenute Silvio Nardi Brunello di Montalcino 2015 - Bouharoun's Fine Wines & Spirits
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Tenute Silvio Nardi Brunello di Montalcino 2015
SKU: 26897

Tenute Silvio Nardi Brunello di Montalcino 2015

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750ml
$51.99

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Category Red Wine
Varietal
Region Italy, Tuscany, Brunello di Montalcino
Brand Tenute Silvio Nardi
Alcohol/vol 12.5%
Deep winy red color, with the characteristic bouquet of fresh red fruit. Great tannic structure on the palate, with an excellent acidic framework. A wine with an excellent, lingering aromatic persistency in the nose and in the mouth.
Wine Spectator
  • ws90

Monolithic today, this red compacts black cherry, plum, tar and tobacco flavors into the chewy tannins. Will need time and faith to find balance. Best from 2024 through 2037. 14,160 cases made, 2,000 cases imported.

Bruce Sanderson, June 30, 2020
Vinous
  • v90

The 2015 Brunello di Montalcino presents a dark and brooding display of crushed strawberry and cherry, with savory herbs and moist earth tones, as a hint of animal muskiness adds intrigue. On the palate, soft, fleshy textures are contrasted by a mix of tart red fruits, spice, and saline minerals, as hints of fine tannin settle on the senses. The finish is long and structured, with a tingling buzz of acid and minerals, as hints of dried red berries are slowly fading. I have to wonder if the fruit will hold up long enough for these tannins to fully resolve; yet to be perfectly honest, even with its austere finish, the 2015 Silvio Nardi Brunello is already very easy to like.

Eric Guido, April 2020
Wine Enthusiast
  • we89

This has subtle aromas suggesting mature black-skinned berry, roasted coffee bean and a whiff of menthol. The linear, rather austere palate offers dried Marasca cherry, espresso and licorice alongside close-grained, astringent tannins that leave a lean, drying finish. Give the tannins several years to unclench then drink sooner rather than later to capture the remaining fruit.

Kerin O'Keefe, July 1, 2020