Caparzo produced its first vintage of Brunello di Montalcino in , when the situation in Montalcino was very different than it is now. At the time there were only 13 wineries in Montalcino, and this makes Caparzo one of the Complex intensive and elegant bouquet with scent of undergrowth and predominance of violet and musk. The taste is strong, hot, dry but not much, pleasantly Some bark and dried earth. Full body, integrated tannins and a flavorful finish. The elegance and harmonic body of the wine permit The Brunello is a thrilling wine, fearless of expressing the finesse and elegance of a rainy but healthy vintage.
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Add a photo for this region? A raisiney, strawberry syrup nose adding cherry notes on the full body with decent tannins. Had just a taste at a tasting, but I bought a bottle to do a more extensive tasting note. Big, smooth, and polished in the mouth this is positively exuber A delicious way to make meatloaf, adding your own taste into the mixture.
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Organoleptic Properties: As soon as the wine has just matured its colour is a deep ruby-red with violet tints. As it ages the colours are more vivid with orange shades. The scents are fruity and floral and the taste is warm, dry and full bodied. The wine has a long and soft persistence of withered fruits and flowers, jam and liquorice root which is gently bitter. Optimal age: after three years the wine attains perfect ripening with features of refined and velvet softness. The wine produced in special vintages can be tasted also after five years. However it is possible to drink the wine from the 1 of November in the year following the vintage. Pairings: it varies in accordance with the degree of ripening of the wine. A more mature wine has a high degree of softness and harmony so it is excellent with more flavoursome and structured dishes.
Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin. Rosso Piceno was the first recognized denomination in the Marches region in the late s. When an area is less-known, it's a boon for you as you'll find wines off the beaten path like this delicious blend of Sangiovese after all, we're not that far from Tuscany and Montepulciano. The fruit is driven by dark berries, fern and capers. If you're planning a wine trip to Le Marche, be prepared for a bumpy ride. To get to this region's vineyards you'll have to scale the towering mountains of the Apennines.