The Yin and Yang of Montosoli

A 50-year vertical of Altesino Montosoli and Caparzo La Casa Brunellos proves the greatness of Montosoli from both sides of the hill

The Yin and Yang of Montosoli
The Montosoli hill in Tuscany is a patchwork of unique and distinct soils. (Alexander Brookshaw/BrookShaw&Gorelli)
May 4, 2022

Wine Spectator website members: Senior editor Bruce Sanderson shares his non-blind scores and tasting notes for more than 20 Altesino Montosoli and Caparzo La Casa Brunellos going back to 1972.

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