Tuscany, land of some of the most prestigious Italian wines, was born this copy. It was made from Sangiovese, a most cultivated grape in the country and also composes the legendary Brunello di Montalcino and traditional Chianti.
Rosso di Montalcino is known as the younger brother of Brunello for being less encouraged and vigorous, however, it is foolish who imagines that the youngest of Tuscany is not an essence of a big brother. The best highlight for the Rosso theme fits the palate of those who enjoy wines more jovial, gastronomic, economical and friendly.
Forest fruits exude ripe from the bowl and gain a touch of vanilla. In the mouth, it has good body, structure, lends warmth to the palate and leaves like fruit persisting in return.
Region: Montalcino, Tuscany
Alcohol Content: 14%
Type: Red wine
Ripening: 8 to 9 months in oak barrel
Visual: Intense ruby red
Olfactory: Fresh and fruity aromas with notes of cherries, plum and grapefruit strawberry, blackberry and raspberry
Best served with: Ideal with cold meats and first courses