Wine Col d'Orcia, Pinot Grigio Sant'Antimo DOC, 2010
Reviews of purchase Col d'Orcia, Pinot Grigio Sant'Antimo DOC, 2010
Wine is a pale yellow color with green reflection.
Balanced, full, very nice fruity taste wine with refreshing acidity, persistent and pleasant aftertaste.
The aroma of wine a deep, intense, with amazing shades of pear and citrus.
Wine perfectly combines with cold snacks and meals of fish and vegetables.
Tenuta Col d'Orcia - known winery in Montalcino, vineyards history which began in the first half of the XVII century, when the family of noble knights Siena Ciaia settles in Sant'Angelo and acquires the property of Colle. Shirilis their land from year to year. Today it is 540 hectares of rolling countryside on the southern slopes of Montalcino. In 1973 Count Alberto Marone Cinzano gets Col d'Orcia in order to contribute to its development and approval of the global market.
High density planting vines adapted to the characteristics of each parcel of land, and the scrupulous care, based on the characteristics of each vineyard, provides high quality grapes, full of color and tannins. Aging of the wine takes place in French oak barrels.
Col d'Orcia not only produces fine wines, but also constantly involved in research whose primary purpose is to optimize the quality of the grapes. Together with the University of Florence and Professor Attilio Sienese from the University of Milan they learn planting, breeding selection and connection quality vines with the perfect terroir. The result was the discovery and development of such famous wines as Brunello di Montalcino, Moscadello di Montalcino, Sant'Antimo and the Chianti.