Brunello di Montalcino Col di Lamo
De Groene Hamersma

Brunello di Montalcino D.O.C.G.

 59,95

“Ladies’ domain. Indeed, mother and daughter effort. Meet Giovanna and Diletta Neri, respectively. Apologies immediately for the Pavlov-like gentlemanly reaction at the offices of The Great Hammersmith: pleasant to watch.

Now that applies to the domain itself, by the way. A winery design beautifully integrated into the Tuscan landscape. Otherwise, take a look at the importer’s website yourself. That talks a lot easier.

Anyway, so much for the eye. The response to the wine is also pleasing. This shows that Giovanna paid close attention during her father’s time running the estate. His legacy is in capable hands.

We meet a brunello from a year that produced classic wines and is now slowly but surely moving toward ripeness, pleasantness and autumn contemplation. The smell of warm brick and in the glass also that color: brique. On the palate, soaked plums, cherries briefly turned on in the pan, mildly sweet, quenched with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, an umami conjecture. A grain of licorice, a sigh of spice and a hesitant truffle insert.

Thank you, ladies.

Do you mind that we are now very much looking forward to the A Diletta that makes a reassuring extra forty euros hit the till?”

– Hammersmith (2022)

About the wine

Winery: Col di Lamo
Wine: Brunello di Montalcino
Classification: DOCG
Grape variety: Sangiovese Grosso
Region/region: Montalcino (Tuscany)
Type: Dry red wine
Soil: Mix of sand and clay
Harvest: 2011
Alcohol: 14.5%
Closure: Natural cork
Serving temperature: 16-18° C
Lay-up potential: Long shelf life but no data available yet
Content: 0.75L

Vinification

The bunches are collected by hand in crates and carefully transported to the de-stemmer’s hopper. Fermentation takes place without the addition of selected yeasts with long macerations on the skin at a controlled temperature and are frequently and gradually pumped over. At the end of malolactic fermentation, the wine is decanted for a period of at least two years in large tonneaux and barrels. Maturation continues in steel tanks until bottling.

Colour

The color of this Brunello is intense ruby red.

Odor

The nose of this Brunello is harmonious, with notes of plums and blackberries.

Taste impression

On the palate, the wine is round and balanced. It finishes with a long finish with intense notes of wild berries.

Culinary advice

This Brunello di Montalcino from Col di Lamo pairs nicely with game meats like venison and rabbit.

Awards

De Groene Hamersma

De Groene Hamersma 9

Tasting Notes

“Ladies’ domain. Indeed, mother and daughter effort. Meet Giovanna and Diletta Neri, respectively. Apologies immediately for the Pavlov-like gentlemanly reaction at the offices of The Great Hammersmith: pleasant to watch.

Now that applies to the domain itself, by the way. A winery design beautifully integrated into the Tuscan landscape. Otherwise, take a look at the importer’s website yourself. That talks a lot easier.

Anyway, so much for the eye. The response to the wine is also pleasing. This shows that Giovanna paid close attention during her father’s time running the estate. His legacy is in capable hands.

We encounter a brunello from a year that produced classic wines and is now slowly but surely moving toward ripeness, pleasantness and autumn contemplation. The smell of warm brick and in the glass also that color: brique. On the palate, soaked plums, cherries briefly turned on in the pan, mildly sweet, quenched with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, an umami conjecture. A grain of licorice, a sigh of spice and a hesitant truffle insert.

Thank you, ladies.

Do you mind that we are now very much looking forward to the A Diletta that makes a reassuring extra forty euros hit the till?”

– Hammersmith (2022)

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