|Profile||Strong and aging on wood|
|Match with||Wild, FeatherWild, Soft cream cheese, clove- and cuminCheese, Red meat, Lamb, strong Cheese, Pig, Pasta|
|Appellation||D.O.C.G. Brunello di Montalcino|
Ian D’Agata of Antonio Galloni’s VINOUS to our Brunello Paradiso di Frassina 2013 Moz Art Wine :
Score 94 points
Tasting Notes: Bright deep red. Captivating aromas of raspberry, flint, violet and minerals. Then also very clean, pure and precise on the palate, displaying a lovely saline quality to the red berry and mineral flavors, boasts an easygoing quality and plenty of early appeal, but has sneaky concentration and the stuffing to age well.
Finishes very long with repeat floreal nuances. I havn’t always been the biggest fan of these wines which I often find to be too gamy and not especially pristine, but this is a knock-out. Well done.