Robert Parker 91 Points
The 2009 Brunello di Montalcino Molino del Piano is what Italian might call a piacione or "immediately likable" wine. The bouquet is soft, approachable and seductive thanks to its generous offerings of cherry Maraschino and melted chocolate. The style won't appeal to Brunello purists, but it will taste delicious to those who are open to an increasingly international style. Dark, inky concentration is backed by ripe tannins and loads of barbecue spice and mesquite. It should be applauded for it general richness and length. Drink: 2016-2022.
|Cantine Bonacchi grow the best Tuscan grapes and make them into wine in Montalbano, in the heart of the Chianti production zone. The winery also began bottling their wine when the new generation of the family began working.
Modern technology enables Cantine Bonacchi to offer consumers excellent products with UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 certification, BRC (British Retail Consortium) e IFS (International Food Standard) and special attention to organic production.