Varietal: Sangiovese 100%
This wine has the same blend as Brunello di Montalcino, but is younger. It therefore combines a powerful structure with liveliness and freshness. It is preferable to drink Rosso di Montalcino still young.
Intense ruby red colour, with an intense fruity and persistent nose leading to a palate that is dry, harmonious and slightly tannic. A great food wine best with medium-structured dishes, first courses with meat sauce, risotto, roasts, poultry and game
For centuries the Bartoli Giusti family has been cultivating the vine to produce one of the most famous and prized wines in the world, Brunello di Montalcino.
Ancient maps found during the renovation of the cellars testify to the company's activity already in the early 1700s.