The Brunello di Montalcino is still a flagship of Italian viticulture, this red wine, classified as DOCG, consists of 100% Sangiovese Grosso grape variety and is bottled after a long barrel storage period in order to then be aged in the Bottle slowly approaching its peak of maturity. It is one of the longest-lived Italian red wines.
At Poggio Landi, the vines are grown at different altitudes in order to obtain strength on the one hand and cool finesse on the other. The aging in large wooden barrels takes a total of 38 months, after bottling the wine is then stored another six months in the bottle before the wine is sent to customers all over the world.
Unfortunately, there are not too many press reviews of this young winery, the 2012 vintage of Brunello di Montalcino from Poggio Landi received a very positive rating from Decanter magazine, which awarded it an incredible 97/100 points . The 2013 vintage was rated 92/100 by Parker's Wine Advocate. To our knowledge, the 2015 vintage has not yet been awarded.
|Optimal drinking:||now up to 2035+|
|Analysis Data:||14.5% ABV|
|Ageing:||38 months in large French barrels|
|Grape variety:||100% Sangiovese Grosso|
|Ratings:||97/100 Decanter (2012 vintage), 92/100 Parker (2013 vintage)|
|Type:||dry red wine|
Distributor: SOCIETÀ AGRICOLA DIEVOLE SPA, Località Dievole 6, 53019 Castelnuovo Berardenga, Siena ITALY
Product from Italy - contains sulphites