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2018 Brunello di Montalcino - Magnum

Wine Enthusiast  99
Decanter  99
Vinous  98
Raffaele Vecchione  98
Decanter  96
Falstaff Magazin  97
Robert Parker  95
Wine Spectator  95
James Suckling  94
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Fuligni har endnu en gang skabt en formidabel Brunello di Montalcino i 2018-årgangen.

En førsteplads på Wine Spectators liste over de 10 bedste producenter i Montalcino. Det taler sit eget og tydelige sprog. Vi har dog svært ved at være overraskede, for Fuligni er et Brunello-hus i absolut topklasse.

Her er tale om Brunello på druer der er op til 35 år gamle stokke, og de er alle nøje udvalgt med stædige krav om, at kun det bedste er godt nok. Det giver en vin, der er fyldig og kompleks, og som er i sublim balance med rene, parfumerede aromaer og smagsnoter af mørke kirsebær, violer, solbær, krydderurter og skovbund.

Druerne kommer fra Fulignis fire marker San Giovanni, Il Piano, Ginestreto og La Bandita. De ligger alle i en højde mellem 380 og 450 meter over havets overflade, og druestokkene er mellem 12 og 35 år gamle.

Fuligni holder bevidst høstudbyttet meget lavt, så druerne får ekstra meget smag og kompleksitet. De plukkes med håndkraft ad flere omgange, for hver enkelt parcel bliver først høstet, når den er helt klar til det. Her er det nemlig druerne og druestokkene, der afgør, hvornår der skal arbejdes - ikke vinbondens og de ansattes holdninger til, hvornår det passer ind i planerne. I 2018 besluttede man desuden hos Fuligni ikke at lave en riserva-udgave af deres Brunello di Montalcino, hvorfor husets bedste Sangiovese-druer er blevet brugt til deres "almindelige" Brunello. Dette har gjort en i forvejen fremragende vin endnu mere fantastisk.

Når vinen er vinificeret lagrer den i 36 måneder i en kombination af ældre, store fade og i barriques. Herefter følger 18 måneder på flaske, inden vinen frigives. På det tidspunkt har den opnået en fylde og kompleksitet, der er i perfekt balance. 2018 var et varmt, men flot år for toscansk vin. Den flotte årgang, samt Fulignis enestående håndværk, har endnu en gang resulteret i en mesterlig Brunello.

Wine Enthusiast - 99

99 points. Enticingly fragrant, this opens with heady aromas of rose, violet, new leather, truffle and balsamic whiffs of camphor. Vibrant and focused, the chiseled, elegant palate is all about finesse, delivering bright red cherry, orange zest, licorice and white pepper framed in taut, refined tannins. Bright acidity keeps it superbly balanced and fresh. It's already drinking beautifully but hold for even more complexity. Drink 2024–2036.

Decanter - 99

he Fuligni family moved from Maremma to Montalcino early in the 20th century, establishing the estate in 1923. Maria Flora has been at the helm since 1971, with her nephew Roberto managing most of the operations today. This historic property has released one of the most exquisite wines of 2016. Revealing its complexities gradually, it unfolds with a smoky flintiness, balsamic nuances and Mediterranean herbs. Seemingly endless in layers and depth, there is generosity but it never weighs the palate down. Powerful, sophisticated tannins are finely powdered, and piercing acidity radiates throughout. Hints of liquorice, violet, blood orange and iron eventually emerge. Lengthy and effortlessly commanding. 

Vinous - 98

Dark, inward and intense, the 2016 Brunello di Montalcino is a towering effort that will thrill collectors for many years to come. It arrives in waves, first black fruits evolving to red, then sage and earthy minerals, followed by brown spice and, finally, hints of tobacco. Youthfully dense, velvety and in no hurry to unfurl the complex web of fruit, minerals and tannins found within, this instead leaves you guessing at what’s to come. That said, there’s perfect symmetry here, along with the combination of structure and primary intensity to guarantee many years of positive maturation. Hints of licorice, currant and baker’s chocolate linger long. This is simply gorgeous. 

Raffaele Vecchione - 98

This young Brunello is glowing and exciting, showing hints of pressed acacia flowers, incense, white pepper, wet leaves, wild myrtle and salted caramel. The floral background animates the secondary scene, softening the spiciness and the main character. Medium-full body, perfectly smooth and integrated fine-grained tannins and a graceful and elegant finish in the delicate and essential finish. Better from 2021. 

Decanter - 96

Under the leadership of Maria Flora Fuligni since 1971, along with her long-time right-hand Dr Daniela Perino - now the estate’s CEO - Fuligni is one of the denomination’s most consistent performers. The 2018 does not disappoint: it epitomises the elegance of the vintage. A captivating synthesis of florals and earth, the nose radiates pressed violet, lavender and rose with truffle and tobacco accents. It expands in the mouth with flavour rather than weight or brawn. Red currants and orange are amplified by piercing acidity, and well-formed, magnificently textured tannins are chalky and adequately padded, giving layers and profundity. Not pushed beyond its capacity, this will drink beautifully over the next decade.

Falstaff Magazin - 97

Clear medium dense ruby with broad garnet rim. Very fragrant and inviting nose, shows lots of fresh fruit with fresh plum and cherry, fine herbal savouriness in the background. Compact and vivid in texture, shows very balanced and clear with well integrated tannin, spreads in long waves, nice juiciness in the flow.

Robert Parker - 95

The Fuligni 2018 Brunello di Montalcino stands out for its smooth integration of aromas and the carefully balanced intensity achieved here, which shows momentum but also remains very fine and nuanced. There are many sides to the bouquet with wild fruit, cassis, crushed stone, candied orange and fresh herbs or rosemary. A floral note also appears that suggests rose or iris root. The tannins are very well managed and silky. You hardly feel them, yet the wine offers firm structure throughout. This is a production of 35,000 bottles and one I am happy to recommend.

Wine Spectator - 95

Marked by a beam of pure cherry and rose hip flavors, this elegant, succulent red is beautifully balanced between the fruit, acidity, tannins and texture, with accents of earth, tobacco and wild herbs adding detail. The long finish indicates fine potential. Best from 2025 through 2042. 3,000 cases made, 1,000 cases imported.

James Suckling - 94

 A fine Brunello with black cherry, hazelnut and chocolate aromas and flavors. Very perfumed. Medium-bodied with a pretty texture and delicious finish. Lovely fine tannins. Not the most structured red but will improve with age while delivering wonderful pleasure now. Drinkable but better after 2023.

Årgang 2018
Vintype Rødvin
Land Italien
Område Toscana
Producent Eredi Fuligni
Alkoholprocent 14.5%
Indhold 150cl
Produktionsmetode Konventionel
Faktablad Hent faktablad
Varenr. 63341
På lager - levering 1-2 hverdage
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