The Ignaccio reviewed on the Australian site Blackhearts & Sparrows

At least once, not the Il Marroneto Brunellos under the spotlight, but the Rosso di Montalcino Ignaccio, moreover a label that distinguishes itself within the category because of structure and ambition (not by chance it is released on the market one year later than the rules of the “disciplinare” consent). Vintage 2011 (even if the page refers mistakenly to 2013) has been reviewed by the web site of independent Australian wine shops Blackhearts & Sparrows, that shows to have clear ideas about Sangiovese and the estate as well (they define it “very old school” and “one of the top ten producers in Montalcino”!). In the tasting notes, the wine “features concentrated notes of kirsch and black cherries”, that need time – and oxygenation – to develop “as with most great Italian wines”. At the palate, the Ignaccio is “chewy”, “with leathery, drying tannins that negotiates its high (15%) alcohol with elegance.
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