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Have you ever wondered why Rosso di Montalcino is so much less expensive than Brunello di Montalcino?  After all, they’re both produced from 100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes grown in the Italy’s iconic Montalcino region.  While legal requirements dictate that Brunello is aged for two years in oak and 4 months in bottle, they are typically aged for a total of 50 months total before release.  Rosso’s are only required to be aged for one year before release, often resulting in a fresher, more vibrant red that can be enjoyed young.  Podere Brizio’s 2015 Rosso, which arose from a parcel that previously went into Gaja’s famed Pieve di Santa Restituta is a stunningly brilliant interpretation of Sangiovese Grosso.  It was was expertly crafted by renowned winemaker Roberto Anontnini, named one of the 5 best consulting winemakers in the world by Decanter magazine…

Created in Brizio’s state-of-the-art winemaking facility, this beauty spends 16 months in oak, which is 33% more than what’s required.  Deeply perfumed with bright cherry, violets, wild strawberry and Asian spice, on the palate this wine is plump and opulent with remarkable energy and persistence.  I strongly recommend a case or two of this over-achieving Italian Red…

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Winery Notes: "Very fruity, with evident cherry, prune and black cherry notes, spicy with vanilla and licorice notes; with a great structure, well balanced, powerful."

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Weight 3.2 lbs
Dimensions 11.5 × 3 × 3 in


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