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Casanova di Neri Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Casanova di Neri Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Red | 2018 | Italy, Tuscany | 14.5%

Great aging potential in this Sangiovese.
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Translucent bright red. On the nose it is attractive and fascinating, with the freshness of the 2018 vintage fully revealed followed by notes of nutmeg and young red fruit. On the palate the first impact is decisive, generous and controlled. Balance reigns supreme in the mouth, where the tannic texture balances perfectly with the acidity and allows you to enjoy this wine already in its youth.

Product Details

Type Red
Origin Italy, Tuscany
Vintage 2018
Size 0.75 l
ABV 14.5%
Grape Sangiovese
Sulphite Content Contains Sulphites
Closure Cork

Production Notes

Manual selection of the grapes before and, after de-bunching, with an optical selector. Spontaneous fermentation follows without the use of added yeasts and maceration aided by frequent punching down. Everything takes place in truncated cone-shaped steel vats at a controlled temperature for 25 days. 42 months in barrel - 6 months in bottle

Producer Information

Founded in 1971 by Giovanni Neri, in 2021 Casanova di Neri celebrated its 50th anniversary. A long-standing lover of wine, Giovanni had a dream to make a great Italian red and chose the northeast of Montalcino to do so. The property currently consists of 500 hectares, of which 156 hectares are dedicated to Sangiovese vines, and the rest left as woodland, olive groves and arable land.

Giovanni’s son, Giacomo Neri, now holds the reins, and is accompanied by the third generation, his sons Giovanni and Gianlorenzo. The family are renowned for having set the benchmark for Montalcino’s single-vineyard wines. The wines are luxurious, rich and lusciously textural, with a consistent excellence across their vintages and distinctive terroirs.

Casanova di Neri believe that the reputation of Sangiovese has too long been stained by inadequate handling of its tannins. To combat this and produce wines with attractive, ripe tannins, they de-stem all the fruit by hand, then further refine the harvest with an optical sorter. A mostly underground winery incorporates low impact and gravity flow, allowing the wines to be treated as gently as possible. The result: wines notable in their purity and harmony, from their tannins to their colour and aroma.

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