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Col d'Orcia Brunello Riserva Poggio al Vento 2012

Col d'Orcia Brunello Riserva Poggio al Vento



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Spec sheet

TypeRed Wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.5%

The wine

In the heart of the estate, halfway up the hill overlooking the Orcia river, at a moderately oblique point towards the south, is the Poggio al Vento vineyard. The name literally means “hill exposed to the wind” and this aspect in conjunction with the particular composition of the soil produces the exceptional Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Poggio al Vento. The dominant and elegant tannins present in the wine require a long and traditional aging in the large oak barrels. After bottling, the wine needs another 3 years of bottle refinement before being presented on the market. Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Poggio al Vento is produced only in the best vintages and represents one of the highest expressions of pure Sangiovese that can be found in Montalcino.

Intense ruby red. A wine of great complexity, fine and elegant. It has the typical fruity notes of Sangiovese, integrated with the spices given by the long stay in the barrel. Powerful and harmonious, with ripe and enveloping tannins, balanced with a pleasant acidity. Fruity, long and persistent aftertaste.

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Ratings and awards

201295 PK
201097 PK
200696 PK3 GR
200495+ PK
199793 PK
199595+ PK
PK: ParkerGR: Gambero rosso

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The winery

Col d'Orcia

Col d'Orcia

Col d'Orcia is, first of all, one of the founding wineries of Brunello di Montalcino. The purchase of the first estate dates back to 1890, when the Franceschi family, of Florentine origin, established its land in the area, then called Fattoria Sant’Angelo in Colle. After the presentation of the first Brunellos in 1933, the Fattoria was split into two separate estates, Il Poggione, still active, and, indeed, Col d’Orcia. And, in 1973, with the change of ownership to the Cinzanos,...