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Sangiovese grapes from the warm Tuscan coast, this wine exudes elegance. A bit like the art on the label, there are colourful notes of ripe cherry, raspberries and warm Tuscan earth, all accompanied by delicious acidity and seamless drinkability. Read More
Sangiovese grapes from the warm Tuscan coast, this wine exudes elegance. A bit like the art on the label, there are colourful notes of ripe cherry, raspberries and warm Tuscan earth, all accompanied by delicious acidity and seamless drinkability.
Brio is made from 100% Sangiovese grapes from estate vineyards on the gently sloping hills of Scansano. The combination of altitude, south-westerly exposure, and rich volcanic soils in Scansano create one of Italy's most unique microclimates. The area, notable for its unspoiled nature and rolling hills, lies approximately 150 meters above sea level and only 20 kilometers from the Tyrrhenian Sea. The wine is aged for several months in large oak casks and bottled approximately six months before release.
Wine and art; nature and terroir; tradition and research. Few words better epitomise the Castello Romitorio winery and the force behind its founding. Established in 1984, the Castello Romitorio winery has long been dedicated to extracting the true essence of Brunello di Montalcino, one of Tuscany’s finest expressions of the Sangiovese grape. With an artist, Sandro Chia, at its helm, its no surprise that the winery has historically placed creativity and innovation at its heart, producing cacophonic wines that capture the nuanced beauty of the land and vines from which they harvest, on the hillsides that surround the village of Montalcino, crowned by the magnificent Roman fortress of Castello Romitorio.
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