Get your hands on as much Brunello as you can afford right now.
The 2010s are popping up in stores across the country, and the wines are breathtaking. Prices are good, too, in many cases less than $100 a bottle.
This beauty from Tenuta di Sesta showcases what has made this vintage particularly fine — it’s well-balanced and complex, with lots of fruit, a long finish, and all those other words wine critics love to throw around.
Tenuta di Sesta was started in 1850 and is one of Montalcino’s most prized estates. We don’t see a ton of these wines here, so if you’re interested, act fast. About $80.