Rosso di Montalcino
Poggio di Sotto

Rosso Di Montalcino


Often compared to top-quality Brunello, because this was grown as a Brunello, with tiny yields from fossil-filled vineyards. After two years of aging, all casks are tasted and are subsequently chosen for Rosso or Brunello.

Rosso di Montalcino
Ready, but will improve

Located in Castelnuovo dell’Abate, facing Orcia Valley where Orcia River runs through it, the harvest takes place manually and the grapes are carried into the cellar in small cases. The grape selection follows the same precision that is used for Brunello.

This is bright, pretty and vivacious, with incredible aromatics. The palate is elegant and complex, superior to many Brunellos. This is a work of the highest craft: Brunello intensity meets Burgundian finesse.

Drink now to 2032

Food Pairing: Roast and braised red meats, game and aged cheese.

Decanting time: 2 hours

93/100 Xtra Wine

93/100 Robert Parker