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Cerbaiona, Rosso di Montalcino 2021

Rosso di Montalcino from Cerbaiona should be measured against Brunello from the majority of the region’s producers. One of the greatest estates in Tuscany, Cerbaiona makes this wine using the same vineyards and attention to detail as their $300 Brunello, but with less oak and cellar aging. The result is a red wine that’s lighter and fresher, ready to be enjoyed young. The Rosso is also a lot scarcer than their Brunello, meaning it tends to disappear almost immediately upon release.
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Here's what you should know about it:
  • Cerbaiona is located at a midpoint in Montalcino, allowing them to strike a balance between the ripeness of the south and freshness of the north.
  • Their Rosso is made entirely from sangiovese, which is farmed organically in a single, garden-like vineyard.
  • Only about 300 cases of this earthy, tart, undervalued red are made each year.
Things we actually said...

“Cerbaiona is in the pantheon of Tuscany’s greatest-ever producers. To understand why, collect their Brunello, and while it ages, drink their Rosso as often as possible.”

Matt Tervooren
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