GRAPES: 100 % Sangiovese
Atitude: 200-250 m a.s.l.
Vineyards: 30 ha with a south-south west exposure, oldest vines are 40 years old
Soil: clay, marl and crushed stone rich in minerals
Harvest: end of September / beginning of October
Ageing: at least a year in large barrels of oak
Reﬁning: 3 months of bottle refinement before market release
Color: Deep ruby red colour
Nose: An extraordinary fresh bouquet of cherries and other red and black fruits
Rosso di Montalcino DOC - Molino di Sant'Antimo
This is a wine which is similar in nature and character to its older brother, Brunello di Montalcino. It possesses a deep ruby red color and a softness and richness which are giveaways, but has a youthfulness and an extraordinarily fresh bouquet that the Brunello loses throughout aging. A wine that can be enjoyed right away, or kept refining in the bottle to acquire further elegance.