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Talenti Rosso di Montalcino 2013 750ml
Classic, balanced and laser precise, the ’13 Rosso di Montalcino presents its pure Sangiovese Grosso fruit on a bed of spice, wildflowers, cypress needles, chestnuts and fresh-cut herbs. Delicate yet powerful, this wine augers well for the estate’s 2013 Brunello, and its easy-drinking structure invites you to enjoy it both early and often. Talenti’s Rosso di Montalcino acts like a little brother to the estate’s classic Brunello; it has all of the Brunello’s characteristics shown on a slightly smaller scale. Made from grapes harvested from younger Brunello vines, Talenti’s Rosso di Montalcino matures for eight months in a combination of oak tonneaux and barriques and for four months in bottle. The resulting wine possesses an enchanting balance between ripe red fruit, spunky acidity, nice minerality, spicy Montalcino terroir, and velvety tannins.
Collemattoni Rosso di Montalcino 2013 750ml
Bright, vibrant fruit hangs on a a racy backbone that makes the mouth water in this must-have “baby Brunello.” Red and black fruits dance with baking spices, wood, crushed violets, cigar wrapper, and earth, making this pretty, robust Rosso di Montalcino a compelling go-to Sangiovese Grosso bottling. Sprightly acidity and chewy tannins dance across the palate in this ’13 bottling. Once the grapes are picked and gently pressed, the juice undergoes fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks for 30 days; the wine is then aged in Slovenian oaks casks for twelve months and aged in bottle for at least six months.
Fuligni Rosso di Montalcino Ginestreto 2013 750ml
Juicy cherries and berries, warm spices, citrus zest, crushed wildflowers and a touch of earth cavort in the nose of this ’13 Rosso di Montalcino. Balancing bright acidity with chewy tannins, this Rosso is pure joy to drink, and it gives a delicious preview to this intense vintage. A single-vineyard Rosso di Montalcino, this wine is crafted from Sangiovese Grosso sourced from the Ginestra vineyard, which gets its name from its thickets of yellow-flowered bush. After temperature-controlled fermentation, this wine ages in both Slavonian barrel and oak tonneaux for several months before bottling. Fewer than 800 cases produced.
Livio Sassetti Pertimali Rosso di Montalcino 2015 750ml
The child of a low yield, high quality vintage, this ’15 Rosso di Montalcino explodes with juicy red and plummy blue fruits, warm loam, cigar wrapper, underbrush, and touches of cypress needles and nuts. Chewy tannins find their match in a bright acidic spine, while the wine’s copious dry extract lingers on the resonant, lasting finish. Deriving from the estate’s youngest Sangiovese Grosso vines grown in limestone and clay soils, grapes ferment for about two weeks in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for six months in steel, followed by six months in bottle before release.
Fuligni Rosso di Montalcino Ginestreto 2016 750ml
Classic, fresh and utterly charming, this ’16 Rosso di Montalcino layers its crisp, ripe red fruits with violet petals, underbrush, warm baking spices, and a dusting of potpourri. This wine balances its acidic zing with nicely hefty dry extract, a feature of the low producing 2016 vintage, and it unfurls with captivating power and persistence, building to a satisfying, mineral-laden finish. A single-vineyard Rosso di Montalcino, this wine is crafted from Sangiovese Grosso sourced from the Ginestra vineyard, which gets its name from its thickets of yellow-flowered bush. Deriving from vines between ten and 15 years old grown in stony, clayey soils, grapes ferment for 18 days in temperature-controlled stainless steel; this wine ages in stainless steel for four or five months, followed by about seven months in a combination of Slavonian barrels and oak tonneaux, and two months in bottle. Fewer than 800 cases produced.
La Rasina Rosso Di Montalcino Speciale "Ines" 2014 750ml
While La Rasina usually crafts its Rosso di Montalcino from its younger vines, in the challenging 2014 vintage, the estate opted against bottling any Brunello at all and put all of its best grapes into its Rosso instead, creating a “Speciale” wine named after maker Marco Mantengoli’s grandmother, Ines, who passed away on the day the wine was bottled. This ’14 “baby Brunello” is a rustic beauty, crackling with vibrant acidity and filling the mouth with juicy red and black fruits that layer with dusty earth, new leather, herbs, violet petals, cigar wrapper, and telltale Montalcino cypress needles. Beautifully balanced, this wine seamlessly melds its fine-grained tannins, elegant acidity, sweet fruits, and subtle minerality in a captivating whole. Deriving from organically tended vines, Sangiovese Grosso grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and this wine, a declassified Brunello, ages for 24 months in botti, followed by six months in bottle before release.
Valdicava Rosso di Montalcino 2014 750ml
IWM’s portfolio managers are exclaiming over Valdicava’s ’14 Rosso di Montalcino--in fact, they’re calling it the best yet! The outrageous quality comes from the fact that Valdicava chose to bottle only its Rosso di Montalcino, forgoing any Brunello or Brunello Riserva in 2014; moreover, the estate made this Rosso to be in essence a Brunello, aging it for a little less time. The resulting wine is a tour de force from winemaker Vincenzo Abbruzzese, who makes the most out of the challenging vintage. Supple red fruits dance on a bed of crushed herbs, Montalcino earth, eucalyptus, flower petals, spice and licorice in this pretty, ready-to-drink wine. Velvety yet kinetic with energy, this wine builds to a lingering, bright finish; it’s an ideal dinner companion! Biodynamically grown Sangiovese Grosso grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for12 to 15 months in cask before bottling. Valdicava’s Rosso di Montalcino is a “baby Brunello” in any year, yet it allows Sangiovese Grosso enthusiasts to experience their favorite grape immediately upon the wine’s release.
Valdicava Rosso di Montalcino 2015 750ml
Reflecting its growing year that began cool and ended hot, this ’15 Rosso is a charming study in contrasts--it dances out of the glass, framing its succulent fruits with earth, spices, cigar wrapper and crushed flower petals, matching sweet notes with savory underpinnings. Deriving from fruit grown on the younger vines of Valdicava’s Filai Lunghi, Lago, Cipressi and Nova vineyards, this ‘15 Rosso di Montalcino shimmers across your palate, but its nice, sturdy tannic core keeps it grounded as it builds to a long, lingering finish. The biodynamically grown Sangiovese Grosso grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for 12 to 15 months in cask before bottling. Valdicava’s Rosso di Montalcino is a “baby Brunello” in any year, allowing Brunello enthusiasts to experience the beauty of the vintage years before the Brunello’s release.
Valdicava Rosso di Montalcino 2018 750ml
While 2018 was a steamy, challenging year in Montalcino, Valdicava created a round, plush, and structured Rosso di Montalcino that combines fleshy fruits with freshness, conveyed on a structure that invites aging. Dark, dusty cherries mingle with warm earth, fresh wildflowers, minerals and pipe tobacco in this fresh yet ample wine. Showing an elegant structure and a lingering, complex finish, this ’18 Rosso is a true “baby Brunello.” The biodynamically grown Sangiovese Grosso grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for 12 to 15 months in cask before bottling. Valdicava’s Rosso di Montalcino is a “baby Brunello” in any year, allowing Brunello enthusiasts to experience the beauty of Valdicava at a fraction of the cost of the estate’s Brunello.
La Torre Brunello di Montalcino 2009 750ml
It's one of those cases where the name is fitting. "La Torre" means "the tower" in English, and this brooding, early-drinking ’09 Brunello offers soaring structure that serves as a fine foundation for its ripe cherries and blueberries. Cypress, earth, and spice round out the flavor profile of this Brunello makes a marriage between rustic and classic. Le Torre ferments its Sangiovese Grosso with naturally occurring yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel for three weeks, and then ages the wine for 42 months in cask, followed by another year in barrel for Brunello.