Brunello Di Montalcino Wine

2013 Centolani Poggiotondo

A combination of the finest Sangiovese grapes, top terroir, and generous barrel aging provide Brunello di Montalcino with an incomparable taste among the traditional red wine styles of Tuscany.

Centolani’s 2013 ‘Poggiotondo’ bottling displays a ravishing collection of juicy red cherry, orange peel, sweet spice, and fresh floral notes complemented by a vibrant, fine-grained texture that calls for succulent beef or mushroom dishes. Order online today for free delivery when you buy 3 bottles or more!

93 Points – James Suckling! “Layered and rich with blueberry, black cherry and mushroom character. Full body, polished tannins and a flavorful finish. Bright and structured.”

Brunello di Montalcino is made 100% from Sangiovese. Traditionally, the wine goes through an extended maceration period where color and flavor are extracted from the skins. Following fermentation the wine is then aged in oak.[6]Traditionally, the wines are aged 3 years or more “in botte“—large Slavonian oak casks that impart little oak flavor and generally produce more austere wines. Some winemakers will use small Frenchbarrique which impart a more pronounced vanilla oak flavor. There is a middle ground where the wine is aged in small barrique for a short time and then spends a longer sojourn in the traditional botte.[

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