Wine Col d'Orcia, Rosso di Montalcino DOC, 2019
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Reviews of purchase Col d'Orcia, Rosso di Montalcino DOC, 2019
The color of wine - deep ruby red with purple hues.
The wine has a warm, rich taste with soft tannin structure. Elegant tones of ripe fruit continues in a long aftertaste.
The wine has an intense, elegant aroma with notes of blackberry and raspberry, which combines with spicy accents and nuances of oak.
Wine is recommended to bring to the game, red meat. It goes well with poultry, such as fried chicken, braised duck or goose.
Sangiovese for Rosso di Montalcino is grown in the vineyard Sant'Angelo in Colle, on hilly terrain with a southern exposure, allowing the grapes receive sunlight throughout the day. The average height of the vineyards - 300 meters above sea level.
Season 2012 was marked by a severe winter, which was followed by a relatively warm spring. Hot and dry summer has not brought rain, and only in early September rains more to restore the balance of the growing season. Yields were low, but good quality. Harvested grapes was fermented on the skins for 12 days at a temperature not exceeding 28 ° C, 150-gektolitrovyh stainless steel tanks, low and wide, specially designed to gently remove the tannins and color of the desired concentration. Excerpt wine was carried out 12 months in oak barrels with a capacity of 25 to 75 hectoliters.
His main task of Col D'Orcia sees growing the healthiest and strongest varieties. The last 10 years of winemakers, together with the University of Florence are constantly carrying out experimental research, whose goal is the selection of grapes for the production of beverages, taking into account the specifics of the local soil and climate of the region. This improves the quality of the product and preserve the reputation of the best producers of alcoholic beverages in Italy.
Col D'Orcia - one of the great wine houses in Montalcino. Estate was founded back in 1700, but became widely known only after in 1973 was bought by the world-famous family of winemakers Count Cinzano. In turn, the case Cinzano was founded in the mid 16th century in Turin. Secrets of skill in the family passed down from father to son, so that the current owner Count d'Orcia - Count Francesco Marone Cinzano Wine House has brought in more than four hundred years of experience in the production of alcoholic beverages and wine-making secrets of his family. Currently Col D'Orcia has a reputation of one of the best Italian wine producers. Numerous awards and high ratings - the best proof of this.