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Brunellos di Montalcino? We’ve got ’em!

Above: Sangiovese grapes grown in Montalcino for Brunello di Montalcino. Brunello is made from 100 percent Sangiovese grapes.

If you’re into Italian wine, you probably saw wine writer Bruce Sanderson’s Brunello “Recommended Brunellos di Montalcino” in Wine Spectator earlier this year.

His top picks are available only to subscribers but you can view his entire tasting report on the 2012 vintage here (even if you don’t subscribe).

Here at Siena Ristorante Toscana, it’s only natural that we love Brunello di Montalcino, one of Tuscany’s greatest and most age-worthy wines.

If you’re looking for a great Brunello, we’ve got ’em!

Just ask wine director Rina to suggest her favorites.

Did you know that Rina and Siena have won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence two years in a row?

Rina is constantly working to bring you the best in Italian wine today.

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