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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  • Neri Casanova di Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova -6xbt 1997


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    Wine review by julieasbill

  • Since Greg is starting an article series on his recent trip to Tuscany and Umbria, I thought it might be useful to begin a forum thread on the wines from the area. What are the best wines from Montalcino and environs that we can find in the market now, and what are the drinking experiences with them, alone or with food? This hopefully will get i... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Good Brunellos and other reds...

  • Brunello di Montalcino-Cru Tenuta Nuova Casanova di Neri Trocken Montalcino Italien 2004


    Bright red ruby in color with scents of caramel and alcohol. Up front flavors of cherries and plum. Tannins are still pretty strong on the finish but a nice wine overall. Read More

    Wine review by jkagel

  • Casanova Brunello White Label 2005


    The price/ quality ratio here just can't be beat. Yes, the brunello is great, but dollar for dollar you can't beat this wine! Read More

    Wine review by Michael Somm

  • Casanova D Brunello 2003


    Tannic, intense, dances down the throat, warm, earthy, perfect compliment for the steak at Sparks Read More

    Wine review by eborzino

  • Casanova di Neri Rosso di Montalcino 1999


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    Wine review by kim rostan

  • So it's getting to be that time again. The wine boards are buzzing with ... ... ... 96pts $1502006 - 2001 Casanova di Neri Brunello 97pts $702007 - 2005 Clos Des papes - 98 pts, $80, So it has been a full 10 years since bordeaux has been the WOTY. In the preceding 10 years Bordeaux grabbed the top spot 3 times. It is certainly over-due. ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine Spectator Wine of the Year?

  • Casanova di Neri Cabernet Sauvignon Sant' Antimo Pietradonice 2004


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    Wine review by Watongo

  • Casanova D Brunello 2003


    Excellent. Enjoyed in Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre Italy last week.See my review and photo at (direct link below) Read More

    Wine review by fermented

  • Casanova D Brunello 2003


    very dark and concentrated for Brunello with deep black fruit, licorice, leather and warm earth. Fine grained tannins gently massage the gums. Very well made from a challenging vintage. Modern-styled but still clearly Brunello. Open for business but should age very well. Read More

    Wine review by Barberesco

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