Casanova di Neri

+39 0577 834455 Loc. Fiesole
Montalcino, 53024
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The "Fiesole" vineyard is situated opposite the farmhouse of the same name where we have our offices and winery. This is the farm's oldest vineyard, situated 350 metres north-east of Montalcino. The grapes from this vineyard are usually used to produce our Brunello di Montalcino. Nearby we find the "Poderuccio" vineyard. It is situated at 350 metres above sea-level. These grapes are also used to produce our Brunello di Montalcino. In 1986 we bought Cerretalto, a magical place. It is a natural amphitheatre near the Asso river at a height which varies between 250 and 300 metres above sea-level. Its position to the east of Montalcino means that it has a unique and unmistakable "Terroir". On the opposite side of Montalcino to the south-east, near Castelnuovo dell'Abate we find the "Pietradonice"vineyard. The earth, the position, the microclimate, the choice of clones, the grafting and a well organised vineyard all help to produce great grapes which improve each year. Il terreno, l'esposizione Read more »

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  • I'm heading to LA for a dinner with Numanthia on Thursday June 14th, hopefully I'll see some of you there, but if anyone is up for dinner on the day either before or after that day let me know. I'm making plans soon so I just want to line something up before b uying the tickets! Read More

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  • Casanova di Neri. Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova 2007


    Reddish brown hue. Very dry. So dry that that is the only thing I can think of every time I taste. I might just not understand that it is young. It is definitely not for drinking now if that is the case.For more on the Tuscany vs All French, visit Read More

    Wine review by shsim

  • Casanova di Neri. Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova 2007


    Reddish brown hue. Relatively light bodied for what it was, mineralities but not much. Sour berries again which seem to be a recurring theme in Tuscany tastings. Very dry. Read More

    Wine review by shsim

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  • Casanova di Neri 'Sant'Antimo Rosso 2009


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  • I get so caught up in work that I often neglect to check in here. I'm apologizing about that!  I'm back afer a few weeks in New Zealand, which sucks up all my time not only during the trip but for the weeks prior and, as it looks, most of the week after my return. Before you ask, new Zealand was great. A young wine industry but one that has made... Read More

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  • Brunello di Montalcino Casanova di Neri White Label Tuscany 2006


    Intense on the nose with black cherry fruit. Accented with hints of leather and herbs, along with lots of sexy, toasty oak. Extracted in the mouth, this has a nice, austere heart with attractive earth and leather notes. The fruit is very front loaded, leaving the oak to carry the back end, which it does with sweet, toasty spice. The finish here ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Casanova Brunello White Label 2005


    Wow, a real beauty. Full bodied Brunello. Great fruit with overtones of ripe, dark plum, refreshing acidity and surprising minerality. Long finish. Did not need decanting, and was lively, flavorful and robust right out of the bottle. Read More

    Wine review by 106260Middletucky 106260 Middletucky

  • Casanova di Neri Cabernet Sauvignon Sant' Antimo Pietradonice 2007


    Dynamic, dark and vibrant. Full bodied and creamy mouthfeel. Scents of leather, plum and caramel. The taste profile is still developing -- every glass tasted wonderfully different and kept getting better. Dark fruits, cocoa, and juicy acidity. Has fantastic length. Yummmm Read More

    Wine review by 106260Middletucky 106260 Middletucky

  • Brunello di Montalcino Casanova di Neri White Label Tuscany 2006


    Color, this wine has a nice and light, classic Brunello di Montalcino, seductive. Nose, very aromatic!, very complex, a lot of black fruits coming through, tar, dry leaves, earthiness. the nose is exemplary, WOW. Midpalate, this is the major drawback of this wine. the midpalate is water thin, very light, hallow, not what you'd expect from the no... Read More

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