Rosso di Montalcino DOC Molino di Sant’Antimo

2020, vintage, perfect to drink now, improves with time up to 10 years


Weight 1.3 kg
Goes best with:

strong and elaborate foods, in situations of relaxation and meditation to appreciate all the more indolent aromas.



Available on backorder

Rosso di Montalcino DOC Molino di Sant’Antimo, Tasting notes:

Has a deep ruby red color, soft and rich, with a bouquet of extraordinary freshness.

Rosso di Montalcino DOC DOCG Molino di Sant’Antimo

Rosso di Montalcino Molino di Sant Antimo is a wine of nature and characteristics similar to Brunello, This Red Wine From Montalcino has a deep ruby red color, soft and rich, with a bouquet of extraordinary freshness. Aged in oak barrels for a year it will ripen comfortably, improving in the 3-5 years after bottling, becoming even finer and more elegant.

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.

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What is a back-ordered product?

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How do we ship the products?

Our priority is to pack and ship products as safely as possible. The bottles of wine and oil are shipped with special cardboard protections, there will be no breakages.

Do you use refrigerated transport?

No, all the products we sell are seasoned and under vaacum. They do not need to be transported at controlled temperature in a refrigerated truck. However, in the summer, for additional safety we can use dry ice and other protections to ensure an even more careful service.

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Molino di Sant’Antimo is made up of about 40 hectares that extend on land exposed to the south/south-west and that decline from 250 to 200 meters above sea level up to the river Orcia.