Rosso di Montalcino DOC

Rosso di Montalcino DOC

Red Wine100% Sangiovese grosso
  • Tasting Notes
  • Pairs With
    Lamb, Game Meat
    Red Meat, Steak, Beef
    Sausage, Cured Meat, Charcuterie, Pork
  • ColorRuby red color.
  • NoseNose of rose petals and crushed flowers together with bright red fruit such as ripe cherry.
    Red Cherryred-cherry
  • FlavorConcentrated, but soft; well-balanced with acidity.

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Region Name Tuscany

Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and Super Tuscans from Bolgheri are some of the world’s most famous wines and are adored by collectors, and they all hail from the gorgeous region of Tuscany.

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2021 Wine Advocate 93 Mar 2024 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2020 Vinous Media 92 Oct 2022 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2019 Vinous Media 93 Jan 2022 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2018 Vinous Media 93 Apr 2020 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2018 Wine Enthusiast 91 Jul 2020 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2017 Wine Enthusiast 93 Jun 2019 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2017 Wine Advocate 91 Jul 2019 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 93 Vintage 2021 Wine Advocate The excellent Salvioni 2021 Rosso di Montalcino La Cerbaiola offers very smooth balance with forthcoming aromas of red fruit, dried cherry and pressed violet or lilac. There is a good duality here between primary fruit and delicate floral nuances. The mouthfeel is crisp and tight, with a focused approach that sets this wine up for chicken or pork roast. This Rosso stands out for its jovial character. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 92 Vintage 2020 Vinous Media The 2020 Rosso di Montalcino is perfumed and intense with masses of crushed rose petals, cloves, rosemary and tart cherry. This is elegance personified, so silky and polished, with a pleasant inner sweetness all nicely balanced by crunchy red berries and minty herbal tones that frame the experience perfectly. This finishes with a primary staining of concentration and a coating of rounded tannins that promise a broad and open drinking window. The 2020 Rosso is a total knockout and aims to please. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 93 Vintage 2019 Vinous Media The darkly alluring 2019 Rosso di Montalcino captivates, as crushed ashen stone and balsam herbs give way to plum sauce and a hint of sweet mint. Its textures are like velvet yet lifted, with a tactile mix of sour cherries and ripe strawberries over a salty core of stimulating acids and minerals. The 2019 finishes structured, impossibly long and spicy, leaving a staining of primary concentration under an air of purple-toned inner florals. This is just an infant today with the potential for greatness. Frankly speaking, many producers would be lucky to be bottling a Brunello of this Rosso’s caliber. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 93 Vintage 2018 Vinous Media Medium bright red. Candied raspberry, blueberry, and flowers on the nose and in the mouth. Suave but still youthfully tight, vibrant and perfumed on the long steely finish. A bright Rosso that finishes clean and seamless, featuring terrific cut and length. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 91 Vintage 2018 Wine Enthusiast Youthfully vibrant, this racy Rosso opens with enticing aromas of wild berry, fragrant blue flower and earthy whiffs of leather and tilled soil. On the bright tangy palate, notes of star anise and thyme accent crushed strawberry alongside lively acidity and lithe tannins. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 93 Vintage 2017 Wine Enthusiast Full bodied, smooth and savory, this youthful fragrant red opens with inviting aromas of black-skinned berry, rose, new leather and a whiff of camphor. The juicy delicious palate doles out fleshy Marasca cherry, raspberry compote and baking spice while taut polished tannins provide the framework. Drink 2020–2023. KERIN O’KEEFE Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 91 Vintage 2017 Wine Advocate Alessia Salvioni and her family did not make Brunello in 2014. Therefore, the only wine to taste during my winery visit this year was the 2017 Rosso di Montalcino. This is a charming and informal wine that reveals good volume and richness. The wine is redolent of wild cherry, blackberry and light touches of subtle spice. Nothing is out of place. The quality of the fruit depends on the older vines of the estate plus the thicker soils of the vineyards that are able to retain moisture even in warm vintages such as this. Careful fruit selection was implemented to achieve this quality. Shelf Talker Full Page Review