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Although only founded by Giovanni Neri in 1971, Casanova di Neri has swiftly established a reputation as one of Tuscany’s finest producers. Now in the hands of Giovanni’s son, Giacomo, the estate has won a slew of awards and accolades from wine critics around the world thanks to the Neri family’s insistence on using the latest technology to unlock the potential of their prime vineyard sites.
Giacomo’s racy Rosso di Montalcino exudes aromas of bright cherries, juicy wild berries and sweet liquorice. Reminders of the 15 months spent ageing in oak casks come through on the palate with hints of vanilla, toast and baking spice. The distinctive earthy character, deep flavours and balancing freshness makes this bottle an ideal partner for classic Italian pasta dishes made with a rich tomato ragout or a robust venison stew.
Considered more vivacious and approachable than its big brother, Brunello di Montalcino, the two share many characteristics since both must be made with 100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes grown on slopes around the picturesque hilltop town of Montalcino. The Neri family have spent years perfecting their “baby Brunello” to create a wine which can equally be enjoyed soon after release or cellared for several years.