Brunello Di Montalcino Comes To New York
Brunello di Montalcino isn’t just one of the most important and long-lived wines in all of Italy—though it’s certainly more than earned that status. The town of Montalcino itself, and the almost overwhelmingly beautiful part of Tuscany in which it’s located, have also become increasingly important destinations for visitors to the region.
Because of the pandemic, however, visiting there has not really been an option for Americans. And while travel restrictions are certainly loosening up, it’s still likely to be a bit of time until flying into Florence and then making the just-under-two-hour drive south to Montalcino is as easy as it once was.