New York — Snooth wine reviewer and food writer Eric Guido visits the 2012 edition of the Italian Wine Masters tasting and tastes through 2007 Brunello di Montalcino’s. He finds the well-hyped 2007s ripe, yet vibrant and juicy. It’s another big and ageworthy vintage for the appellation, though not as powerful or long lived as the highly acclaimed 2006 vintage. He notes that overall the 2007s are the most accessible vintage he has seen in his years of attending this annual tasting. Tasting notes include his top five picks and other notables.
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2007 BRUNELLO, Notes from the Italian Wine Masters Tasting