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Rosso di Montalcino Argiano 2015

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Full ruby garnet color, peppery-herbal and vanilla aromas, medium, full-body, dark cherry and plum fruit flavors are supported by sweet tannins with oak finish. Perfect for vegetable soup and stewed rabbit, veal or baby lamb. - Winery Region: Toscana Oenologist: Hans Vinding-Diers Grapes: 100% Sangiovese Grosso Vineyards location: Montalcino Extension: 23 ha Orientation: South Altitude: 900 Ft Vine training: cordon Speronato Soil: Marley limestone, clay Vinification: Skin maceration for 15 days. The malolactic fermentation was rather slow due to the high alcohol content. Ageing: The ageing process of the wine begins by using large oak casks and second usage in French barriques Producer information: In 1581, at the summit of a hill, south-west of Montalcino, the Villa of Argiano was built among vineyards and olive groves. Over the centuries, this estate has been owned by important families such as the Buonsignori, Albizzeschi, Tolomei, Montanini, Sozzini, Colombini, Ugurgieri, and Pecci families. In 1992, the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano acquired the estate and sought to improve the propriety’s winemaking under the oenological guidance of the famous winemaker Giacomo Tachis. This project strove to achieve the highest standards of quality and resulted in Tachis’ creation of the exceptional Solengo, a Bordeaux blend that exudes its privileged Montalcino terroir. Today, Adriano Bambagioni, Argiano’s supervising cellar master for over 20 years, and the world-renowned Danish winemaker Hans Vinding-Diers guarantee the quality and reputation of the Argiano estate. In 2013, the estate was purchased by Andre Esteves, who has left the winemaking team intact and redoubled efforts on continue the long-standing tradition of Argiano.

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Snooth User: erinspritzer
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3.00 5
Vintage: 2008 08/15/2011

Three glasses


Snooth User: aslezak
108689132
3.00 5
Vintage: 2007 02/06/2011

ok wine. i agree with the tasting notes, and i wouldn't buy again.


Snooth User: acrocker77
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3.50 5
Vintage: 2006 05/30/2008

Fruit-forward yet deliciously Sangiovese. Full-bodied and fantastic value. 2006 is one of the greatest vintages from Italy in the last 20 years, easily.


Snooth User: Methuselah162
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Vintage: 1997 08/27/2008

Four glasses


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Vintage: 2014 09/02/2016

Full ruby garnet color, peppery-herbal and vanilla aromas, medium, full-body, dark cherry and plum fruit flavors are supported by sweet tannins with oak finish. Perfect for vegetable soup and stewed rabbit, veal or baby lamb. - Winery Region: Toscana Oenologist: Hans Vinding-Diers Grapes: 100% Sangiovese Grosso Vineyards location: Montalcino Extension: 23 ha Orientation: South Altitude: 900 Ft Vine training: cordon Speronato Soil: Marley limestone, clay Vinification: Skin maceration for 15 days. The malolactic fermentation was rather slow due to the high alcohol content. Ageing: The ageing process of the wine begins by using large oak casks and second usage in French barriques Producer information: In 1581, at the summit of a hill, south-west of Montalcino, the Villa of Argiano was built among vineyards and olive groves. Over the centuries, this estate has been owned by important families such as the Buonsignori, Albizzeschi, Tolomei, Montanini, Sozzini, Colombini, Ugurgieri, and Pecci families. In 1992, the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano acquired the estate and sought to improve the propriety’s winemaking under the oenological guidance of the famous winemaker Giacomo Tachis. This project strove to achieve the highest standards of quality and resulted in Tachis’ creation of the exceptional Solengo, a Bordeaux blend that exudes its privileged Montalcino terroir. Today, Adriano Bambagioni, Argiano’s supervising cellar master for over 20 years, and the world-renowned Danish winemaker Hans Vinding-Diers guarantee the quality and reputation of the Argiano estate. In 2013, the estate was purchased by Andre Esteves, who has left the winemaking team intact and redoubled efforts on continue the long-standing tradition of Argiano.


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Vintage: 2014 04/06/2017

Full ruby garnet color, peppery-herbal and vanilla aromas, medium, full-body, dark cherry and plum fruit flavors are supported by sweet tannins with oak finish. Perfect for vegetable soup and stewed rabbit, veal or baby lamb. - Winery Region: Toscana Oenologist: Hans Vinding-Diers Grapes: 100% Sangiovese Grosso Vineyards location: Montalcino Extension: 23 ha Orientation: South Altitude: 900 Ft Vine training: cordon Speronato Soil: Marley limestone, clay Vinification: Skin maceration for 15 days. The malolactic fermentation was rather slow due to the high alcohol content. Ageing: The ageing process of the wine begins by using large oak casks and second usage in French barriques Producer information: In 1581, at the summit of a hill, south-west of Montalcino, the Villa of Argiano was built among vineyards and olive groves. Over the centuries, this estate has been owned by important families such as the Buonsignori, Albizzeschi, Tolomei, Montanini, Sozzini, Colombini, Ugurgieri, and Pecci families. In 1992, the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano acquired the estate and sought to improve the propriety’s winemaking under the oenological guidance of the famous winemaker Giacomo Tachis. This project strove to achieve the highest standards of quality and resulted in Tachis’ creation of the exceptional Solengo, a Bordeaux blend that exudes its privileged Montalcino terroir. Today, Adriano Bambagioni, Argiano’s supervising cellar master for over 20 years, and the world-renowned Danish winemaker Hans Vinding-Diers guarantee the quality and reputation of the Argiano estate. In 2013, the estate was purchased by Andre Esteves, who has left the winemaking team intact and redoubled efforts on continue the long-standing tradition of Argiano. ** Only 3 in Stock **


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Vintage: 2014 06/02/2017

Full ruby garnet color, peppery-herbal and vanilla aromas, medium, full-body, dark cherry and plum fruit flavors are supported by sweet tannins with oak finish. Perfect for vegetable soup and stewed rabbit, veal or baby lamb. - Winery Region: Toscana Oenologist: Hans Vinding-Diers Grapes: 100% Sangiovese Grosso Vineyards location: Montalcino Extension: 23 ha Orientation: South Altitude: 900 Ft Vine training: cordon Speronato Soil: Marley limestone, clay Vinification: Skin maceration for 15 days. The malolactic fermentation was rather slow due to the high alcohol content. Ageing: The ageing process of the wine begins by using large oak casks and second usage in French barriques Producer information: In 1581, at the summit of a hill, south-west of Montalcino, the Villa of Argiano was built among vineyards and olive groves. Over the centuries, this estate has been owned by important families such as the Buonsignori, Albizzeschi, Tolomei, Montanini, Sozzini, Colombini, Ugurgieri, and Pecci families. In 1992, the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano acquired the estate and sought to improve the propriety’s winemaking under the oenological guidance of the famous winemaker Giacomo Tachis. This project strove to achieve the highest standards of quality and resulted in Tachis’ creation of the exceptional Solengo, a Bordeaux blend that exudes its privileged Montalcino terroir. Today, Adriano Bambagioni, Argiano’s supervising cellar master for over 20 years, and the world-renowned Danish winemaker Hans Vinding-Diers guarantee the quality and reputation of the Argiano estate. In 2013, the estate was purchased by Andre Esteves, who has left the winemaking team intact and redoubled efforts on continue the long-standing tradition of Argiano. ** Only 2 in Stock **


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Vintage: 2012 09/09/2014

Full ruby garnet color, peppery-herbal and vanilla aromas, medium, full-body, dark cherry and plum fruit flavors are supported by sweet tannins with oak finish. Perfect for vegetable soup and stewed rabbit, veal or baby lamb. - Winery Region: Toscana Oenologist: Hans Vinding-Diers Grapes: 100% Sangiovese Grosso Vineyards location: Montalcino Extension: 23 ha Orientation: South Altitude: 900 Ft Vine training: cordon Speronato Soil: Marley limestone, clay Vinification: Skin maceration for 15 days. The malolactic fermentation was rather slow due to the high alcohol content. Ageing: The ageing process of the wine begins by using large ...


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Vintage: 2012 11/04/2014

Full ruby garnet color, peppery-herbal and vanilla aromas, medium, full-body, dark cherry and plum fruit flavors are supported by sweet tannins with oak finish. Perfect for vegetable soup and stewed rabbit, veal or baby lamb. - Winery Region: Toscana Oenologist: Hans Vinding-Diers Grapes: 100% Sangiovese Grosso Vineyards location: Montalcino Extension: 23 ha Orientation: South Altitude: 900 Ft Vine training: cordon Speronato Soil: Marley limestone, clay Vinification: Skin maceration for 15 days. The malolactic fermentation was rather slow due to the high alcohol content. Ageing: The ageing process of the wine begins by using large oak casks and second usage in French barriquesProducer information:In 1581, at the summit of a hill, south-west of Montalcino, the Villa of Argiano was built among vineyards and olive groves. Over the centuries, this estate has been owned by important families such as the Buonsignori, Albizzeschi, Tolomei, Montanini, Sozzini, Colombini, Ugurgieri, and Pecci families. In 1992, the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano acquired the estate and sought to improve the proprietys winemaking under the oenological guidance of the famous winemaker Giacomo Tachis. This project strove to achieve the highest standards of quality and resulted in Tachis creation of the exceptional Solengo, a Bordeaux blend that exudes its privileged Montalcino terroir. Today, Adriano Bambagioni, Argianos supervising cellar master for over 20 years, and the world-renowned Danish winemaker Hans Vinding-Diers guarantee the quality and reputation of the Argiano estate. In 2013, the estate was purchased by Andre Esteves, who has left the winemaking team intact and redoubled efforts on continue the long-standing tradition of Argiano.


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Vintage: 2010 10/11/2012

Argiano Rosso Di Montalcino is 100 Percent Sangiovese Grosso and has classic cherry, peppercorn, and cedar spice aromas with juicy acidity and plush tannins.


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Vintage: 2010 01/15/2013

Full ruby garnet color, peppery-herbal and vanilla aromas, medium, full-body, dark cherry and plum fruit flavors are supported by sweet tannins with oak finish. Perfect for vegetable soup and stewed rabbit, veal or baby lamb. - Winery Region: Toscana Oenologist: Hans Vinding-Diers Grapes: 100% Sangiovese Grosso Vineyards location: Montalcino Extension: 23 ha Orientation: South Altitude: 900 Ft Vine training: cordon Speronato Soil: Marley limestone, clay Vinification: Skin maceration for 15 days. The malolactic fermentation was rather slow due to the high alcohol content. Ageing: The ageing...


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