Better a broken Ferrari or a working FIAT?
I've got this anonymous Brunello from LIDL to be served with Easter Lunch.
Nor producer, neither sub-zone of production is indicated. However, the wine has the DOCG guarantee on the label (which tells you how useless and insignificant is the DOCG system, implemented like that).
Indeed an offer too good to be true.
The wine is OK-ish. Fully mature, it won't get better. No great structure. Some cherries and damp old oak.
It's not horrible, but neither very good. And it leaves you with the question: "How many other very good wines could I have purchased by spending these £15 somewhere else?" So many nice Chiantis around, or even a Rosso di Montalcino from a good producer, or some real bargain from Piemonte or Spain...
If your aim is to buy a Brunello just for the sake of having a Brunello label on your table, then go ahead. If, instead, you want a bottle that brings you in a trip along enchanted vineyards and talks to you about a sense of place, then go and buy something else - maybe a minor, humbler label, which will give you a more authentic experience.