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Rosso di Montalcino Pian Delle Vigne Antinori 2015

Winemaker's Notes:

“A clear and brilliant ruby red in color, the wine shows aromas of ripe red fruit, plums, and quince jam, the characteristic floral notes of Sangiovese, and toasty and spicy sensations from the aging in oak. The palate is highly pleasurable, supple and with silky tannins. Its freshness and crispness are heightened by a savory, mineral aftertaste, which further reinvigorate the ripe fruit first felt on the nose.” -Producer

Villa Antinori:
Villa Antinori is a prominent wine estate in Tuscany, Italy. Wine has been produced by the Antinori family since they came to Florence in the 14th century. The family estate, Palazzo Antinori, was purchased in Tuscany in 1506, and later that century, banker and merchant Alessandro Antinori began to produce the wines made there commercially. Generations later, in 1928, Marquis Niccolò ... Read more
Villa Antinori is a prominent wine estate in Tuscany, Italy. Wine has been produced by the Antinori family since they came to Florence in the 14th century. The family estate, Palazzo Antinori, was purchased in Tuscany in 1506, and later that century, banker and merchant Alessandro Antinori began to produce the wines made there commercially. Generations later, in 1928, Marquis Niccolò Antinori officially created the Villa Antinori brand, with the intention of producing an elegant Chianti fit for longevity. The wine was soon found in the cellars and on the tables of of some of the most prestigious houses, restaurants and hotels. In 1931, Villa Antinori began producing a white wine from Trebbiano, and in the 1980s, Chardonnay was added to the blend for elegance. In 2001, the estate added the production of Super Tuscans to their growing portfolio. In addition to table wines, Villa Antinori also produces sparkling wines, grappa and olive oil.  Read less

“A clear and brilliant ruby red in color, the wine shows aromas of ripe red fruit, plums, and quince jam, the characteristic floral notes of Sangiovese, and toasty and spicy sensations from the aging in oak. The palate is highly pleasurable, supple and with silky tannins. Its freshness and crispness are heightened by a savory, mineral aftertaste, which further reinvigorate the ripe fruit first felt on the nose.” -Producer

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