Tenute Silvio Nardi Brunello di Montalcino 2003 Wine Review (NW)
Big nose of cherry, plum, cedar, and spice
Plush texture on the palate, rich and chewy
Finish of mixed berries, licorice, earth, and spice
Look for some classic Brunello character in this wine, with rich cherry and spice layers set on an earthy, chewy backbone. Also, expect to pay about $60, which is now a very typical price for a non-riserva Brunello.
While this wine is showing some nice complexity of flavor, I recommend you continue to cellar it for several more years. If you're at home and want to drink it now, simply decant it, let it sit, and sip it closer to room temperature than you might with other wines.
Raise a glass!