TN: 01 Lisini, Brunello d M

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TN: 01 Lisini, Brunello d M

Post  Otto Dobre on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:20 am

Not a bad wine. Very traditional as it shows no oak. Fruity, acidic and good all around. Since I got it for $30 it's good deal on Brunello, but for my experiance is not enough to differentiate between any wines from this grape. As good as Chianti (Classico or Riserva) or Rosso. My book 88-90.

BTW my favorite BdM from 01 are the Costanti and Lazaretti, both 94-96.

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Post  Todd F r e n c h on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:22 am

Otto Dobre wrote:Not a bad wine. Very traditional as it shows no oak. Fruity, acidic and good all around. Since I got it for $30 it's good deal on Brunello, but for my experiance is not enough to differentiate between any wines from this grape. As good as Chianti (Classico or Riserva) or Rosso. My book 88-90.

BTW my favorite BdM from 01 are the Costanti and Lazaretti, both 94-96.

Otto
Dude, I freaking HATE you! Did you see my post on the pre-Falltacular dinner, or did you just HAPPEN to point out that '01 Costanti is a fantastic BDM within days of my post??

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Post  Cris Whetstone on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:23 am

Todd is on it. That was a nice wine.

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Re: TN: 01 Lisini, Brunello d M

Post  Otto Dobre on Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:50 pm

Todd F r e n c h wrote:
Otto Dobre wrote:Not a bad wine. Very traditional as it shows no oak. Fruity, acidic and good all around. Since I got it for $30 it's good deal on Brunello, but for my experiance is not enough to differentiate between any wines from this grape. As good as Chianti (Classico or Riserva) or Rosso. My book 88-90.

BTW my favorite BdM from 01 are the Costanti and Lazaretti, both 94-96.

Otto
Dude, I freaking HATE you! Did you see my post on the pre-Falltacular dinner, or did you just HAPPEN to point out that '01 Costanti is a fantastic BDM within days of my post??

Todd, here is my post on the Costanti. Glad I have some the Riservas too!Costanti Post
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Post  Todd F r e n c h on Mon Jan 26, 2009 4:14 pm

Otto Dobre wrote:
Todd F r e n c h wrote:
Otto Dobre wrote:Not a bad wine. Very traditional as it shows no oak. Fruity, acidic and good all around. Since I got it for $30 it's good deal on Brunello, but for my experiance is not enough to differentiate between any wines from this grape. As good as Chianti (Classico or Riserva) or Rosso. My book 88-90.

BTW my favorite BdM from 01 are the Costanti and Lazaretti, both 94-96.

Otto
Dude, I freaking HATE you! Did you see my post on the pre-Falltacular dinner, or did you just HAPPEN to point out that '01 Costanti is a fantastic BDM within days of my post??

Todd, here is my post on the Costanti. Glad I have some the Riservas too!Costanti Post
you SUCK! You got it for $42 each??? Ugh. Why can't this recession bring down the price of Costanti?

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