At a recent blind tasting orchestrated by Vasyl Velykanskiy, six Sangiovese wines were the subjects of our scrutiny at Lo wine bar. My own journey with this grape being in its infancy, I found the experience particularly enlightening. Stella di Campalto's offerings had already piqued my curiosity, so the anticipation to experience her Brunello was high. And you know, it did stand out, unmasked and unrivaled in a lineup where names were known only after scores were given. The verdict was clear: the esteem for Stella's craft is not just well-earned, it's a producer of its own league.
Podere Salicutti Brunello di Montalcino Piaggione 2016
This wine secured the 🥈 2nd place in our wine tasting lineup.
Castello di Volpaia Coltassala 2013
This wine secured the 🏅 5th place in our wine tasting lineup.
Castello di Ama Vigneto Bellavista 2001
This wine secured the 🏅 4th place in our wine tasting lineup.
Stella di Campalto Brunello di Montalcino Cielo 2018
This wine secured the 🥇 1st place in our wine tasting lineup.
Il Borghetto Bilaccio 2014
This wine secured the 🥉 3rd place in our wine tasting lineup.
Tenuta di Carleone Il Guercio 2021
This wine secured the 🏅 6th place in our wine tasting lineup.