Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Molino di Sant’Antimo, Tasting notes:
Its color is ruby red, the fruity and spicy bouquet, the harmonious and velvety taste that is particularly elegant and persistent.
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Molino di Sant’Antimo
The careful choice of grapes, pure Sangiovese, their vinification with appropriate techniques and their continuous control during the long ageing in oak barrels with a maximum capacity of Hl. 55, allow the exceptional qualities of this wine to be appreciated. Good preparation is recommended for proper oxygenation before drinking.
Molino di Sant’Antimo
Molino di Sant’Antimo consists of about 40 hectares of land with a south/south-west exposure, sloping from 250 to 200 metres above sea level down to the Orcia river. The soils have a composition of schist, galestro and crushed stone, rich in mineral salts. The vine plantations have developed gradually over the years. The vinification area contains modern steel vats for 1,000 Ql. The ageing area houses the large French Allier oak barrels and the French and American oak casks.