91 Points Wine Spectator- Black cherry, plum, vanilla and caramel notes mark this broad red. Granular tannins shape the finish, with underbrush and sweet spice accents. Best from 2018 through 2027.
91 points Wine Enthusiast - Loaded with underbrush sensations, this opens with aromas of porcini mushroom, truffle, charred soil and a whiff of baked plum. The big, generous palate offers fleshy black cherry, vanilla, a confectionary note and a hint of game alongside ripe tannins. The fruit richness seamlessly supports the hefty 15% abv.
93 points James Suckling - I like the texture of this 2011 with plenty of ripe fruit and tannins yet polished and refined. Full body. Clean and fruity. Bright is the word to describe it.
The 2011 Brunello di Montalcino Campogiovanni is a clean and exceedingly satisfactory expression of Brunello. The bouquet is delicately endowed with wild berry, spice, balsam herb and pressed blue flower. Together these aromas make up a classic profile for Brunello. The wine delivers similar consistency in the mouth thanks to its silky tannins, bright acidity and long persistence. This is a fine expression.