Carefully selected Sangiovese grapes from the oldest winery vineyards. Alcoholic fermentation with maceration of the skins (20-25 days) at a controlled temperature and spontaneous malolactic fermentation. Aged in Slavonian oak casks for about 34-38 months, followed by ageing in bottles for at least 6 months.Deep ruby red colour with garnet hues. Aromas of dried figs, raspberry jam, sun-dried tomatoes, pomegranate, vanilla. Perfectly integrated fresh acid and elegant tannins. Juicy cherries, prunes, cinnamon and aniseed aftertaste.Ageing potential until 2038.
Serve at 16-18 °C with red meats, game dishes with musrooms or vegetables.
Wine Advocate I tasted the Capanna 2016 Brunello di Montalcino side by side with the estate's 2015 Riserva and found that these two wines illustrate the vintage differences with clarity. This wine, the so-called "classic Brunello" from the slightly cooler vintage, is immediately more direct and expressive in terms of its bouquet. Aromas of cherry, earthy spice and rosemary essence are lifted and buoyant. However, the mouthfeel is surely more compact and tannic compared to the softer 2015 Riserva. What this wine lacks in texture, it delivers in terms of length and finish. It ages in Slavonian oak for 36 months and production is 42,000 bottles. Įvertinimas: 94
The Capanna farm, owned by the Cencioni family since 1957, is situated in the Montosoli area, to the north of Montalcino. It was founded by Giuseppe Cencioni and, helped by his sons Benito and Franco, it was one of the first farms of the modern period of Brunello. They started bottling their own wines in the 1960's and after Brunello di Montalcino was granted DOC status in 1966, Giuseppe was one of the 25 founders of the Consorzio del Vino Brunello di Montalcino.All products by this producer
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