Brunello di Montalcino Collosorbo is among the 100 best wines of 2021 decreed by the famous international magazine Wine Enthusiast. This Tuscan red wine has officially entered the top 10, ranking seventh, with 96 points. The experts were delighted by the balsamic aromas, as well as the tannins and tobacco that is perceived on the finish, but also for the "fresh acidity". The vintage chosen was 2016.
Brunello di Montalcino Collosorbo among the best wines in the world
A wine label that has always been appreciated, admired and promoted by Enoteca Properzio precisely for its exceptional thickness and enveloping taste. The Brunello di Montalcino Collosorbo is a 100% Sangiovese that releases hints of vanilla and spices on the nose, which blend in a delicate and harmonious way with a full and savory flavor.
On the podium, in second place (score 95), another Italian wine stands out: Bucci 2019 Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore, which this year won the title of best white wine in the world. “This gorgeous white - the experts wrote - opens with enticing aromas of Mediterranean herb, yellow spring flower, eucalyptus and citrus. The delicious palate delivers juicy yellow peach, fennel, white almond and the barest hint of grapefruit alongside tangy acidity”
Bucci 2019 Verdicchio Castelli Jesi Classico Superiore is the best white wine
Bucci also has a place of honor on Enoteca Properzio, where you can buy the Villa Bucci Riserva 2016 and appreciate its incredible freshness, perfect when paired with seafood. This white wine from the Marches is a 100% Verdicchio with an intense and round taste.
If the Bucci 2019 Verdicchio Castelli Jesi Classico Superiore has been proclaimed as the best white in the world and the Brunello di Montalcino Collosorbo has beaten dozens of other French, Spanish and other companies from the rest of the world, also for another 16 italian bottles 2021 is certainly a year to remember.
Almost 20% of the 100 best wines in the world are made in Italy
Among the other wineries in the latest chart of the best wines in the world, there are other important names such as Ferrari, Feudi di San Gregorio, Castello dei Rampolla and Tasca d'Almerita. From Veneto to Sicily, the 18 Italian bottles awarded by Wine Enthusiast (almost 20% of the total awards) obtained very high scores, from 90 to 97. The triumph of made in Italy confirms the very high quality of Italian fine wines, an undisputed example of international excellence, which continues to win over, year after year, the leading experts in the wine sector.