The beauty of Rosso di Montalcino is that the young-vine Brunello spends less time in wood, and thus emerges fresher and more fruit-driven than its pricier big sister. Uccelliera (meaning "aviary" in Italian) create wines that soar high amongst critics. This sangiovese is highlighted by bright redcurrant with hints of mint, red licorice, and violet. This is a fantastic choice to enjoy, whether you decide to pair it with a meal or on its own!
Masses of crushed raspberry, peppery florals and smoky mineral-earth tones create a bouquet that is impossible to ignore as the 2020 Rosso di Montalcino opens in the glass. This is a pure and vibrant yet silky effor tthat contrasts ripe berries with hints of sour citrus and savory spice. While packed full of zesty energy, it finishes classically dry and persistent, leaving notes of roses and cloves to linger.