Italy is the second largest producer of wine in the world. Over 5 billion liters of wine are produced each year in a wide variety of styles. Italy is also unique in that wine is produced in almost every region of the country. Though wine production in Italy is often criticized for a lack of "order", very few would deny that the wines of Italy are full of character and in some cases, can be simply spectacular.
Blend of 85% Sangiovese Grosso and 15% Merlot/Cab Sauvignon. Fresh, clean and delightful wine. Bright ruby color with bouquet of red-berry fruit, violets and a faint note of almond on the finish.
#47 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2010.
Red garnet in color and full bodied in character you will find it pairs well with roasts, pasta dishes and cheese.
Colored an intense, ruby red with garnet reflections, the Rosso di Montalcino has a finely intense nose with fragrant aromas of small, fresh fruits. On the palate it is delicately dry with aromatic, long-lasting flavors.
Made with grapes from a further selection, first in the vineyard and afterward in the winery, this Riserva consists of Sangiovese (90%) and Canaiolo and Colorino (10%). It has excellent potential for aging.