2009 marroneto, brunello di montalcino, madonna grazie
Why We're Buying
Il Marroneto Madonna delle Grazie has looked like Tesla stock with its performance over the past five years. The premium red wine is the estate's flagship offering, taking its name from a nearby church in the village. From 2017 to 2021, the price jumped 141%.
Fresh and vibrant for a 2009 with blueberry and dried-cherry character. Medium to full body with firm tannins and a bright finish. Drink or hold.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2009 Brunello di Montalcino Madonna delle Grazie delivers the impeccable bounty and precision you should expect from Il Marroneto. The wine opens with beautiful dark intensity and ripe notes of dried raspberry and creme de cassis. It definitely shows the ripe side of the warm 2009 vintage. Thanks to a very long period in oak (41 months) the wine shows the merits of slow and careful barrel evolution. Pretty lacings of chopped mint and licorice add freshness and buoyancy to the finish. Drink: 2016-2024
Wine & Spirits
This gorgeous Brunello proves that top producers can make outstanding wines even in challenging vintages like 2009. It opens with an elegant bouquet of violet, red berry, spice and a whiff of new leather. The delicious palate delivers fleshy black cherry layered with mint, licorice, balsamic herbs and cinnamon-spice. It's impeccably balanced with firm tannins and fresh acidity that give it an age-worthy structure. Drink 2016–2024.