Rosso di Montalcino

Rosso di Montalcino


Rosso di Montalcino is a wine with its own unique identity and a strong personality. This wine’s style highlights the freshness and integrity of the Sangiovese from this terroir and balances intensity with an immediate appeal.


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Climate trend

2020 vintage began with mild temperatures and a rather dry winter, leading to early budding. Snowfall episodes during spring, especially at the end of April, slowed the growth of the shoots, restoring temporal equilibrium for the subsequent phenological phases. In May, during flowering, the plants had well-developed leaf walls. The dry summer triggered a conservative development of the vines thanks to which they did not show symptoms of water and thermal stress. The harvest began at the end of August, with a sunny and dry climate.

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Grape varieties

Grape varieties

100% Sangiovese



Montluc, 3 hectares (7.4 acres)


Grapes are hand harvested in small 17 kg crates during the last days of September



750 / Magnum



After careful selection of the bunches, soft pressing of the grapes


12 months in 40 and 80 hl big barrels, light toasted. Bottle-ageing before release on the market


In concrete tanks

Malolactic fermentation

Carried out in 40 and 80 hl big barrels



Wine Spectator

This lithe, elegant red is signaled by a burst of raspberry aromas and flavors. Shows iron and earth details as this firms up, before stretching out on the lingering finish. Drink now through 2027. 7,494 cases imported.”—Bruce Sanderson

James Suckling

“Savory plums, strawberries, red cherries with Mediterranean herbs and spices extend to a medium-bodied palate showing firm yet fruit-coated tannins. Juicy, fruity and pristine. Drink now.” – James Suckling
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