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  • The sole wine produced in very limited quantities, Bianko represents the essence of Macondo and certifies the quality of the work done by Lorenzo Catasta, clearly a rising star of Marche viticulture. Grown on two small plots for a total of about 1 hectare of vineyards in the municipalities of Cupra Marittima and Montefiore dell’Aso, on mixed soils of sandstone, limestone and pebbles with exposure to the West and located a few minutes from the sea in a green hilly context, the Trebbiano and Pecorino vineyards have deliberately limitated yields around 25 quintals per hectare to extract as much personality as possible from the bunches selected for the harvest.

    The management of the vineyard by Macondo is absolutely natural: the complete absence of fertilizers and synthetic products joins an the extensive use of natural products based on brown algae, propolis, mushrooms, garlic extract or pine resin, applied only manually on grassy grounds. After a careful selection of perfectly healthy bunches harvested at optimal ripeness, the careful soft pressing of whole bunches anticipates an alcoholic fermentation triggered by indigenous yeasts in barrique, where the wine rests for a further 20 months on the lees, also carrying out the malolactic fermentation. Bottled without clarification and filtration, Bianko stays 6 months in the bottle before release to the public.

    In tasting Bianko presents an intense golden yellow color, not veiled at all and with a multifaceted olfactory bouquet that ranges from cedar to medlar and yellow plum, showing notes of aromatic herbs, sweet yellow spices and flint. In the mouth, amplitude and vigor emerge accompanied by a lively freshness and a marked minerality, anticipating a decidedly persistent finish with a spicy return, more and more fascinating as the tasting temperature increases.

    Bianko is a wine that surprises, that leaves unforgettable memories and that certainly manages to bewitch its audience by going well beyond expectations: already appreciated and praised by critics, Bianko offers a tasting experience at international level, leading to the discovery of a territory now famous for wines of absolute quality.

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  • Vin de la Neu is the result of the experimental project of Nicola Biasi, an internationally renowned oenologist who decided to stop working in third wineries after making many of them great and to concentrate on his own project which is certainly ambitious but also important from a scientific point of view.

    The choice of planting a “resistant” grape such as Johanniter at more than 800 meters above sea level, where the famous apples of the Val di Non are typically grown even though 150 years ago wine was already being made, itself encourages to deepen the project in detail. Beyond the choice of a grape resulting from a cross that today gives extraordinary results against cryptogams and fungal diseases, the very high density (16,600 plants per hectare), the sapling training system and the total absence of treatments in the vineyard are also of interest, with all the operations left to the manual skill of the man.

    In tasting Vin de la Neu presents itself with an intense straw yellow color, bright and with a greenish nail, introducing an olfactory bouquet where citrus fruits are predominant together with hints of pineapple followed by herbaceous scents that recall hay and slight hints of white flowers. The sip is direct, vibrant and vertical, with a predominant acidity that cleans the mouth well and a high sapidity that closes the sip granting a prolonged persistence.

    Vin de la Neu is a wine that intrigues in a first place for the project behind it, for the research and the difficulty of realization but, once discovered, then passionates the taster and captures him definitely.

    Emblem of a new collaboration initiated by Winefully, it is offered in the classic format and exclusively for Italy in the rarest Magnum, respectively produced in only 491 and 30 units.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Vin de la Neu is the result of the experimental project of Nicola Biasi, an internationally renowned oenologist who decided to stop working in third wineries after making many of them great and to concentrate on his own project which is certainly ambitious but also important from a scientific point of view.

    The choice of planting a “resistant” grape such as Johanniter at more than 800 meters above sea level, where the famous apples of the Val di Non are typically grown even though 150 years ago wine was already being made, itself encourages to deepen the project in detail. Beyond the choice of a grape resulting from a cross that today gives extraordinary results against cryptogams and fungal diseases, the very high density (16,600 plants per hectare), the sapling training system and the total absence of treatments in the vineyard are also of interest, with all the operations left to the manual skill of the man.

    In tasting Vin de la Neu presents itself with an intense straw yellow color, bright and with a greenish nail, introducing an olfactory bouquet where citrus fruits are predominant together with hints of pineapple followed by herbaceous scents that recall hay and slight hints of white flowers. The sip is direct, vibrant and vertical, with a predominant acidity that cleans the mouth well and a high sapidity that closes the sip granting a prolonged persistence.

    Vin de la Neu is a wine that intrigues in a first place for the project behind it, for the research and the difficulty of realization but, once discovered, then passionates the taster and captures him definitely.

    Emblem of a new collaboration initiated by Winefully, it is offered in the classic format and exclusively for Italy in the rarest Magnum, respectively produced in only 941 and 30 units!

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is a powerful, elegant and vigorous wine, as conceived by the founder of this wonderful business in Val d’Illasi, ancient and evocative territory that bears witness to the profound ties between humans and nature. We find this passion in Amarone Dal Forno Romano, a true meditative masterpiece.
    The grapes that bring this emblematic wine to life are Corvina, Rondinella, Oseleta and Croatina but only grapes harvested from vineyards that are at least ten years old are destined for the Amarone. This wine is also distinguished by how long the grapes are dried for – three months, double the usual duration for Valpolicella.  The result is a truly exciting explosion of power and elegance.
    The ruby colour that tends towards an intense an decisive deep purple portends character, as if to prepare one for an experience that will leave its mark… Complex aromatic notes surface in the nose, scents that evoke black cherries, blueberries, but also chocolate, coffee and tobacco. On the palate, the taste is extraordinary, confirming all of the olfactory sensations that have been anticipated – but it still astonishes with a final sumptuous and persistent finish that encompasses notes of truffles, tobacco and leather.

    A wine that will certainly draw attention to itself and be talked about.

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  • The tasting experience of Romano Dal Forno’s Valpolicella Superiore is a particular journey to discover a wine that surprises for its complexity, the result of the same rigorous processes that the winery itself implements to produce the most famous Amarone. It is surprising to find such an extraordinary wine starting from such a stringent specification but which is taken to extremes by the will of the producer.

    Soils of alluvial origin consisting mainly of gravel and partly also clay and silt are those on which the Dal Forno vineyards are located, at a variable altitude up to 350 meters above sea level. After a manual harvest extended over time and separated, which takes place between mid-September and the end of October, the best grapes are left to rest and dehydrate for 45 days before the cellar operations and then the long aging in two distinct phases.

    The greatness of this wine is already evident from the behavior in the glass: slow in movement, concentrated and very intense ruby, it releases a wide nose that ranges from red and black fruit in vanilla jam, to sweet spices and chocolate.

    A pleasure to hear him put to the test the taste buds, certainly entranced (and inebriated) by so much richness, such as to impress even the most rigorous international critics.

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  • The unmistakably classic red label of Brunello di Montalcino Riserva from Fattoria Poggio di Sotto escorts a now epic wine as the highest expression and excellence of one of the most famous Italian appellations in the world. A wine that the winery itself defines as “orchestral”, a term that well conveys the complexity, dynamism, elegance that emerge from its tasting.

    Produced with low-yield grapes carefully selected several times and harvested by hand in the vineyards of Castelnuovo dell’Abate, from vines insistent on mixed soils protected by the secure profile of Mt. Amiata, Brunello Riserva makes its large groups of admirers and enthusiasts wait for an ageing period in 30hl oak barrels for 60 months, before resting in the bottle a further twelve without being filtered.

    The 2015 vintage is notoriously of high quality, but with peculiar characteristics in the face of a climate that has put the winemakers to test and enhanced the quality of their work. The peaks of heat that characterized the vintage, especially in the area south of Montalcino, translate into a more powerful, muscular and warm style, with vigorous but not sharp nor excessive tannins, confirming the high quality of the grapes and an impressive ageing potential.

    The complexity is already evident at a first and even distracted olfactory examination: dried black fruits alternate with raisins, cedar wood, tobacco and pleasant balsamic and even ethereal notes, motivating the taster to deepen more and more the examination enjoying the emotions given by an increasingly oxygenated wine. The tasting confirms the premises and perhaps exceeds expectations, delivering a fresh wine, with vigorous but not intrusive tannins, well counterbalanced by softness and which requires time to be well understood and explored in all its facets.

    An exceptional expression of Brunello Riserva: this is the 2016 vintage, which insinuates firmly in the groove traced by the great work of this winery, where quality, attention to the raw material, tradition and full understanding of the expectations of its customers blend well into an unforgettable melody played by an orchestra that keeps making the history of Montalcino.

    100 points assigned by Robert Parker

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  • The unmistakably classic red label of Brunello di Montalcino from Fattoria Poggio di Sotto escorts a now epic wine as the highest expression and excellence of one of the most famous Italian appellations in the world. A wine that the winery itself defines as “rich”, a term that well conveys the complexity, opulence, elegance that emerge from its tasting.

    Produced with low-yield grapes carefully selected several times and harvested by hand in the vineyards of Castelnuovo dell’Abate, from vines insistent on mixed soils protected by the secure profile of Mt. Amiata, the Brunello di Montalcino makes its large groups of admirers and enthusiasts wait for an ageing period in 30hl oak barrels for 48 months, before resting in the bottle a further twelve without being filtered.

    The result is excellent: high acidity, an already elegant tannic texture without edges, a well balanced body, confirming the high quality of the grapes that have reached the harvest and the great aging potential.

    The complexity is already evident at a first and even distracted olfactory examination: red fruits such as raspberry and dried cherry alternate with raisins, cedar wood, ginger and pleasant menthol notes, motivating the taster to deepen more and more the exam enjoying the emotions given by an increasingly oxygenated wine. The tasting confirms the premises and perhaps exceeds the expectations, delivering a fresh wine, with a pleasantly silky tannin and that requires time to be well understood and explored in all its splendid facets.

    Together with the Brunello Riserva, the Brunello di Montalcino is an exceptional expression of the territory, insinuating firmly in the groove traced by the great work of this winery, where quality, attention to raw materials, tradition and full understanding of the expectations of its customers they blend in an unforgettable melody played by an orchestra that has been making the history of Montalcino for some time now.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Born, grown and evolved in parallel with the epic red label of Brunello di Montalcino from Fattoria Poggio di Sotto, Rosso di Montalcino can easily compete with many other Brunellos thanks to the uniqueness of the Poggio di Sotto terroir and the great expressive yield of Sangiovese.

    Produced with grapes with low yields carefully selected several times and harvested by hand in the vineyards of Castelnuovo dell’Abate, on mixed soils protected by the reassuring profile of Monte Amiata at heights varying between 200 and 450 meters above sea level, the Rosso di Montalcino makes its large groups of admirers and enthusiasts wait for a shorter aging period than Brunello but still important if compared to entry wines from other producers, equal to 24 months in oak barrels of 30 hectoliters and a further 6 months bottled before release to the public.

    Concentration and complexity are evident already at a first visual-olfactory examination: wild fruit such as raspberry and black currant alternate with cedar, pepper, juniper, aromatic herbs, motivating the taster to deepen more and more the examination enjoying the emotions given by an increasingly oxygenated wine. The tasting confirms the premises and perhaps exceeds expectations, delivering a fresh wine, with softened tannins and which requires time to be well understood and explored in all its splendid facets.

    The Rosso di Montalcino 2017 is confirmed as an elegant expression of the territory insinuating firmly in the groove traced by the great work of this winery, where quality, attention to raw materials, tradition and full understanding of the expectations of its customers they blend in an unforgettable melody played by an orchestra that has been making the history of Montalcino for some time now.

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  • The Sauternes 2010 by Château Suduiraut is the expression of an excellent vintage which, together with 2009, is believed to be on par with the historic 1989-1990 duo. This Premier Cru comes from a selection of the estate’s most prestigious terroirs, located on the edge of the Sauternes territory and in an ideal position for the spread of noble rot in the period between spring and summer. Symbol of the production of this winery for centuries, the Sauternes comes from a careful assembly of batches vinified in Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc in always different percentages (respectively 90% and 10% for the 2010 vintage). The vines, insistent on soils where sand mixes with pebbles and gravel to cover a thick layer of clay, are planted with high density per hectare so to generate competition for nutrients by pushing the roots deeper and deeper, providing a strong mineral kit to the berries. The 2010 harvest was characterized by a climatic trend that was only partly regular in the spring period, with temperatures often below average which delayed flowering. Summer then became intense, with little rainfall and high temperatures, accelerating the ripening and cancelling the vegetative delay. The harvest began on September 22nd and ended on November 9th, with several passages in the vineyard to reach the desired concentration of sugars in the grapes attacked by noble rot. Once in the cellar, the small boxes with the berries are treated with the utmost attention within long and delicate vinification processes between steel and then wood, where the wine is aged for 20 months in partially new barriques before bottling with a residual sugar equal to 145 gr/l. In tasting the Château Suduiraut 2010 reveals an incredible complexity and beauty, with its golden yellow dress already accompanied by strong amber reflections, brilliant and decidedly consistent. On the nose this Sauternes reveals a complex and structured bouquet, which touches notes of candied fruits, acacia honey, dehydrated apricot and then yellow plum, saffron, almond and finally wood, impregnated in turn with hints reminiscent of cocoa, vanilla or ginger. In the mouth it emerges opulence and richness, its fatness fills the mouth without exaggerating, with a sublime dosage of residual sugars before a very long and full finish. Château Suduiraut 2010 is a wine that impresses for its beauty and complexity, such as to enrich any table or to embellish a meditation that is going to be certainly sweeter and more sumptuous than expected.

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  • We are not that sure there is a ranking of the oldest wineries in the world still in business today, but we are sure that, if available, Château Pape Clement would be part of it by right in light of the first harvest attributable to 1252.

    What was called at the time Domaine de la Mothe, was bought in 1299 by Gaillard de Gothe on behalf of his brother Bertrand, archbishop of Bordeaux. When Gaillard passed away in 1306, the Pessac estate in the Graves passed to his brother, who in the meantime became Pope with the name of Clement V: from that moment on the myth of this iconic Château was born, contributing to make the viticulture of the Graves, a production area made of absolutely extraordinary wines, recognized for its greatness thanks to the classification of Grand Cru Classés dating back to 1959.

    Today’s Château Pape Clement is a reality guided by the foresight of Bernard Magrez, a wine entrepreneur who invested in the Pessac winery in 1980 to bring it back to the right place it deserved after years of difficulty. New winemaking techniques were introduced together with a fresh way of making wine thanks to the new production cellar and barrel cellar built in the 2000s, taking the best out of a production process by gravity and vinifying and refining by parcels, before final assembly.

    Champion of the Bordeaux blend based on the classic Cabernet Sauvignon, Franc and Merlot grapes, Château Pape Clement has also become over the years a reference for dry white wines, which are also particularly praised by international critics.

    Starting from the original nucleus of Pessac which strenuously resists overbuilding, the parcels of Château Pape Clement are managed with great skill according to the Terra Vitis specifications, halfway between traditional and organic agriculture and with an eye to the entire production chain, interpreted to preserve both the surrounding environment and the health of the consumer.

    The resulting wines are traditional Bordeaux blends whose elegance is known and appreciated throughout the world, with a complex and an olfactory-taste spectrum changing over time thanks to a bottle aging that plays well with the high aging potential.

    At the very end, if people have been making wine in Pessac for over 750 years, there must be an excellent reason and undoubtedly Pope Clement V before and Bernard Magrez today had the foresight to appreciate the potential of the Graves to the fullest.

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  • Supported by an extensive literature that writes about the winemaking history of the Medoc and its single and extraordinary appellations, Château Montrose Rouge best expresses the soul of the Saint-Estèphe area and the quality of the soil on which the vineyards overlook the Garonne.

    Château Montrose has historically benefited from a particularly benevolent position and fully exploited its potential over time: sandy and pebbly soils, often sloping to favor drainage, cover a thick clayey layer very rich in nutrients and minerals, at short distance from the water of the Garonne, an estuary that guarantees a natural regulating effect to mitigate the excessive winter cold and avoid spring frosts as well as the summer heat. The sun and the mistral do the rest together with an exposure of mostly flat vineyards from north to south to benefit from the maximum daily sun exposure.

    The harvest, which lasts for about a month between mid-September and October, begins with the harvest of Merlot, the most anticipated variety, and ends with Cabernet Sauvignon. The selection is obsessive and the single plants subject to harvest are “tasted” daily to understand the even smallest differences in the ripening state of the berries. Once in the cellar, the grapes are selected again, also by means of technology, and then vinified parcel by parcel, maintaining the separate production process in steel at a controlled temperature. After a maceration of about 25 days, it is with the racking that the selection of the plots that will contribute to the Château Montrose Rouge takes place, laying the basis for the assembly of over 60 wines which typically takes place in December, before stepping into 60% new barriques where an 18-month refinement takes place with quarterly racking.

    In tasting the Château Montrose Rouge shows a decidedly consistent deep ruby ​​red dress, opening to the nose with an elegant bouquet that ranges from blackberry and blueberry, to green herbaceous notes and a spring floral bouquet, before announcing smoky and toasty notes. In the mouth the attack is vigorous and structured, decidedly elegant, with a silky and precise tannic texture that precedes a very persistent and balanced finish.

    Château Montrose Rouge contains the soul of Saint-Estèphe in the glass, a soul always ready for any eventuality and well at ease in case you want to wait some time to taste it, with patience.

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  • A relatively new area but very promising from an enological point of view, a strong and well-structured business plan that can already count on the successful experience of Castiglion del Bosco, a great respect for nature, its times and its balance: we could mention others as well but these aspects already well introduce Tenuta Prima Pietra and the great work that is being done continuously for its growth and affirmation on the most demanding markets.

    The estate is based in I Prati and within the municipality of Riparbella, an area overlooking the Cecina river valey to the south and the sea with the Tuscan archipelago to the west. Home of the highest vineyard on the Tuscan coast, it’s from few years that Tenuta Prima Pietra added a limited edition Bordeaux-style wine strongly desired by Massimo Ferragamo to its classic and eponymous product line.

    Permassimo was born as a classic Bordeaux blend with a preponderance of Cabernet Sauvignon, residue of Franc and a minimum percentage of Merlot. The vines, planted up to 450 meters high with South/South-West exposure, take benefit from continuous light, are protected from the easterly winds that blow from the inside often bringing colder temperatures and instead benefit from what further south it is called “ponentino”, or sea breezes. The altitude does the rest, ensuring a good temperature range in the warm months so as to allow slower and more concentrated ripening, also thanking to the high density of vines per hectare.

    The soil on which Tenuta Prima Pietra stands is splendid: the nearby Poggio Nocola provides ferrous and mineral elements that the clayey soil makes its own and that it transmits to the grapes, giving complexity and elegance, helping the vines in periods of greater water stress. Benefiting from a benign weather-related vintage with a hot summer alternating with short August rains, the Permassimo grapes arrived at harvest in the second decade of September without imbalances or excesses, in excellent conditions to vinify and age separately before the final blend.

    The result is a refined, elegant and complex wine, with a very lively and concentrated color in the glass, a nose that releases strong hints of crunchy and pulpy red fruit, slightly ferrous mineral notes and herbaceous closure reminiscence of the Mediterranean bush. Finely chiseled tannins accompany a sip where softness balances well with acidity and minerality, supporting a robust body and an intense and persistent finish. Just 2580 bottles were produced in the 2016 vintage.

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  • From the most representative vineyard of the historic Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona estate in the territory of Castelnuovo dell’Abate the main Brunello di Montalcino is born, produced since 1990 only in the best vintages (only four skipped) and which has always transmitted the production philosophy and the best expression of the Montalcino territory.

    Just over eleven hectares compose this cru, exposed to the south and insisting on medium-textured soils and marls of Eocene origin with an altitude ranging between 240 and 360 meters above sea level. The role of the terroir in this Brunello, capable of confirming very high qualitative peaks year after year, is critical: the area of ​​Castelnuovo dell’Abate has its own pedoclimatic peculiarities and is often characterized by summer temperatures above the average of the other Montalcino areas with reduced ranfalls, also due to the bulk of the nearby Monte Amiata.

    The final result is excellent: a correct degree of acidity, a pronounced tannic texture within a balanced and harmonious structure confirm the high quality of the grapes that have reached harvest and the great aging potential.

    The complexity is evident already at a first olfactory examination: the notes of ripe red berry fruit are reminiscent of raspberry and currant, which alternate gracefully with decisive spicy notes of black pepper, clove and vanilla.

    The tasting confirms the introduction, delivering a fresh wine, with vigorous tannins, full-bodied and with a strong persistence, eyeing an extended longevity.

    Together with the Brunello Riserva, the Brunello di Montalcino Pianrosso is confirmed as an exceptional expression of the territory and of a particularly fortunate vintage that will remain in the annals for its quality, amply confirmed by an international critic that increasingly values ​​the quality of the work of this excellent winery.

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  • Biondi Santi’s Brunello di Montalcino is a legendary, world-famous wine deeply rooted in the distant past. This wine is a legend that has been re-told year after year since the first label bearing the word Brunello was printed. The riserva version has always been produced by the Greppo vineyards, using only vines that are at least 25 years old and only in vintages considered exceptional.

    In the glass it is a beautiful, bright ruby ​​red.

    The nose contains complex and varied hints that begin with violets, dark berries, cherries, plums and a touch of aromatic herbs, liquorice, cinnamon, ginger, tobacco and a touch of roasting. The first sip reveals a taste of glycerine, even though it is also austere, mineral, spicy and very long.

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  • Biondi Santi’s Brunello di Montalcino is a legendary wine, famous throughout the world, which has its roots in a distant past. A myth that is perpetuated from year to year, since the first label bearing the word Brunello came out and which, from harvest to harvest, renews the vision that inspired Clemente Santi in creating the first legendary Brunello more than century ago.

    Over the decades little has changed in the style of the wine, much in the style of the cellar, which has always been the custodian of a tradition that is preserved with respect and rigor, demanding a lot from their vineyards, their soil and their microclimate and then applying the same rigor in the cellar during the aging phases, which are generally more lasting than required by the DOCG rules.

    The 2016 vintage lives is universally recognized as exceptional: although characterized by great irregularities, with significant differences in terms of quality of the yields in the various sides, it produced wines of excellent finish. The weather brought so much heat between spring and summer with little rainfall between May and August, supporting the ripening of the grapes and bringing the grapes to perfect ripeness on the occasion of the harvest, which began on 21 September.

    In tasting the Brunello 2016 shows a ruby ​​color with slight garnet reflections, accompanied by a broad olfactory bouquet that ranges from notes of sweet and crunchy cherry to thyme, rosemary and helichrysum, with some hints of tobacco. At the sip it reveals a complex and refined personality, it is warm, delicate, with soft but full-bodied tannins and a freshness that makes it alive and clean in the mouth, closing with an endless persistence that surprises for a marked acidity.

    Today, as more than a hundred years ago, Brunello di Montalcino Biondi Santi excites already in glimpsing the label, and then enhances the expectations of the taster to a magic that is revealed in the nose and in the mouth.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Biondi Santi’s Brunello di Montalcino is a legendary wine, famous throughout the world, which has its roots in a distant past. A myth that is perpetuated from year to year, since the first label bearing the word Brunello came out and which, from harvest to harvest, renews the vision that inspired Clemente Santi in creating the first legendary Brunello more than century ago.

    Over the decades little has changed in the style of the wine, much in the style of the cellar, which has always been the custodian of a tradition that is preserved with respect and rigor, demanding a lot from their vineyards, their soil and their microclimate and then applying the same rigor in the cellar during the aging phases, which are generally more lasting than required by the DOCG rules.

    The 2016 vintage lives is universally recognized as exceptional: although characterized by great irregularities, with significant differences in terms of quality of the yields in the various sides, it produced wines of excellent finish. The weather brought so much heat between spring and summer with little rainfall between May and August, supporting the ripening of the grapes and bringing the grapes to perfect ripeness on the occasion of the harvest, which began on 21 September.

    In tasting the Brunello 2016 shows a ruby ​​color with slight garnet reflections, accompanied by a broad olfactory bouquet that ranges from notes of sweet and crunchy cherry to thyme, rosemary and helichrysum, with some hints of tobacco. At the sip it reveals a complex and refined personality, it is warm, delicate, with soft but full-bodied tannins and a freshness that makes it alive and clean in the mouth, closing with an endless persistence that surprises for a marked acidity.

    Today, as more than a hundred years ago, Brunello di Montalcino Biondi Santi excites already in glimpsing the label, and then enhances the expectations of the taster to a magic that is revealed in the nose and in the mouth.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

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