Menu
Terre Nere Brunello di Montalcino 2013  - Last Bottle

Terre Nere Brunello di Montalcino 2013

Buonosera Francesca! (it is evening in Italy) --- your Brunello ‘13 hits America!! Molte grazie for dinner in Verona last week!


Francesca is one of the forces behind the HUGE up-and-coming Terre Nere (but if you’ve been an LB customer for a while you know all about these luscious Brunellos!!!). 93 POINTS, absolutely delicious price, and holy moly, wait until you TASTE it!


Brunello! We pine for it. After a week in Italy though, tasting all these glorious wines, we are STOKED to get this in YOUR hands -- ‘13 is a killer vintage and this is just a baby (drink it now or over the next decade), but you NEED to have the wine. NOW! What a price!


Walnuts. CHERRIES! How many kinds of cherries are there? Dried cherry, too, and cranberry, and lip-smacking red plums...mmmm!!! Complex and long, with a nice round middle texture and a savory, long, juicy finish. AHHH! Brunello!! We never get enough, so PLEASE do what you can to snag some...while it lasts…!



The Estate of Terre Nere Campigli Vallone was born from years of experience and mirrors the personality of our family and staff. Everything comes from the intuition and passion for rural traditions and values that owner Pasquale Vallone has had since his youth, elements that have brought about evolution in agriculture and specifically in viticulture. This passion stems from Pasquale’s earliest experiences in his family, who have always been dedicated to self-realization by working in, and with, nature.

Technical Details

Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Appellation: Brunello di Montalcino
Blend: 100% Sangiovese Grosso
Varietal: Sangiovese Grosso
Vineyard: “Galestro”(schist based soil) - Altitude: 280 meters
Farming: Hand picked and harvested in 15 kg baskets
Aging/Cooperage: Three years in big oak casks of “Rovere di Slavonia” and refinement for at least six months in bottles
Alcohol: 14.50%

About The Producer

The Terre Nere estate stretches over 15 hectares (37 acres), at an elevation of 280 meters, 10 km south-east of Montalcino. Ten hectares (25 acres) are planted in vines near the hamlet of Castelnuovo dell’Abate, on the slopes below the hilltop Castle of Velona. These 10 hectares, including 9 of Sangiovese and 1 of Cabernet Sauvignon, are grown in pruned spur, cordon trained rows with a density of roughly 4500 vines/hectare. The vineyards are nestled in a setting of rare beauty, surrounded by pristine forests and where there is a micro climate ideal for vine cultivation. All the vineyards are in hilly areas and enjoy excellent sun exposure while being embraced by a constantly blowing breeze provided by Monte Amiata and Monte Nero.

Pairing Suggestions

Pairs wonderfully with grilled red meats, game, aged cheeses and succulent first courses.






Your daily purveyor of fine wines.

We’re wine drinkers, collectors, and part of the global wine trade. Mostly, we are totally stoked to bring you incredible juice at the best prices we can possibly obtain, every day.
Sign Up for FREE

Don’t miss out on up to 70% off great wines. Sign up now