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Podere Brizio Brunello di Montalcino 2006

Sangiovese from Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy
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14.5% ABV
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Winemaker Notes

Stainless steel with pumping over and controlled temperature; after the fermentation the wine is put in new oak casks where it undergoes the malo-lactic fermentation.

On the label of our Brunello di Montalcino there is the reproduction of a rare silver coin called "Parpagliola". It dates back to year 1556, and it is owned by Roberto Bellini.

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A smooth customer, with sweet oak spice, ripe cherry, plum and black tea aromas and flavors. The stiff structure shows up on the finish, but this has depth and layers, lingering for a long time on the finish. Best from 2013 through 2026.
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Podere Brizio

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Podere Brizio, Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy
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The production area is the entire territory of Montalcino’s county, at 40 km south from Siena. It’s delimited by the Valle dell’Orcia, dell’Asso and dell’Ombrone and it’s spread over approximately 16 km with a surface of 2400 hectares.

Montalcino took shape during different geological eras, as a consequence, its soil results made of different compositions. In order to cultivate grapevines, only the hilly vineyards, well displayed and at an altitude under 600 meters above the sea’s level are regarded as suitable winegrowing areas. Our vineries are displayed at an altitude of 200 meters a.s.l. to 320 meters a.s.l.

EWLBrizio_2006 Item# 110257