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1990 Gaja Pieve Santa Restituta Brunello di Montalcino Rennina

ITALY / TUSCANY /
  • 92 WA
  • 85 WS
  • Variety
    Sangiovese

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SKU: 45386-1990-750

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$149.95

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  • Wine Advocate | Rating: 92

    The 1990 Brunello di Montalcino Rennina exhibits a mature ruby/garnet color, and a remarkably open, sexy, lush, and opulent personality. Sweet, jammy aromas of red fruits, smoked nuts, roasted herbs, and spice soar from the glass of this expressive Brunello. Soft, expansive, and silky, this full-bodied wine reveals no hard edges, and tastes great, but seemingly is close to full maturity. There is no denying the seductive power and allure this Brunello possesses.
    Author: Robert Parker
  • Wine Spectator | Rating: 85

    Thick and ripe, still quite tannic, offering plum, cedar, tobacco, black cherry, earth and chocolate flavors. Somewhat drying on aftertaste. Angelo Gaja's debut vintage in Montalcino. Perhaps better in 1998?
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  • Plain and simple, Angelo Gaja is the biggest name in Italian wine. The Gaja winery was founded by Giovanni Gaja in 1859 and has been owned and operated by four generations of the Gaja family, with Angelo Gaja running the operation since the 1960s. Angelo is credited with modernizing Barbaresco and Barolo wines, having pioneered the use of controlled-temperature fermentation (for reducing oxidation) and small-cask aging (to stabilize color and preserve fruitiness). Gaja is most well-known for his Barbarescos, though the three most sought-after wines, Costa Russi, Sori Tildin and Sori San Lorenzo have recently been reclassified from Barbaresco DOCG to Langhe DOC, giving Gaja more flexibility in the winemaking process. Strikingly profound and built to live for decades, Gaja's wines display opulence and elegance unmatched elsewhere in Italy. These wines, while harnessing modern technology, have a long-established track record, ensuring they will perform well both in the glass and on the auction block. For any collector considering Italian wines, Gaja should be the first name on the list.

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    Collector Data For This Wine

    • 94 bottles owned
    • 35 collectors