ColleMassari is the most important and largest estate of the Montecucco appellation. The vineyards are located on the Montecucco hill that gives name to the appellation. The vines on the Montecucco hill are the oldest Sangiovese vines of the DOCG.
Poggio Lombrone is the name of the estate's oldest Sangiovese vineyard.
Characteristic bouquet of red fruits, roses, violets and sweet spices. On the palate it is glossy and rich, fine, juicy and with balanced tannins. A great Sangiovese full of character with good storage potential.
Hints of sour cherry and forest fruits with elegant progression where sweet and saline tertiary notes alternate. Tasty and enveloping, full of vigor and tension, with a well pronounced tannin in harmony with the typical freshness and mineral character.
Games, Wild boar, stewed meats and aged cheeses
93/100 James Suckling