Podere del Visciolo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Podere del Visciolo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Podere del Visciolo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Podere del Visciolo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Podere del Visciolo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
Podere del Visciolo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
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Podere del Visciolo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

WINE INFO
Grape Variaty:
100 % Sangiovese
Alcoholic Content: 14.5 %
Vintage: 2012
Region: Central Italy, Tuscany
Volume: 0.75 L
Training System: Spurred cordon
Aging: A minimum aging of 24 months in oak barrels is followed by at least 4 months of aging in bottles
 

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Colour: Intense ruby ​​red with a garnet hue.
Bouquet: The nose opens to notes of red and black berries, spices and herbs.
Notes: Full-bodied and fruity, with a consistent, dense and perfectly balanced tannin, followed by balsamic notes and a long, harmonious and gradual finish.
Serving Temperature: 17-19 °C
Suggestions To Pair: From pasta to sausage, from white meat to red meat and mature cheeses.

PODERE DEL VISCIOLO (PIANCORNELLO)

Piancornello is a winery born from strong ties with the land and the hard work of four generations, in a territory where Brunello, the village of Montalcino and a centuries-old history blend together. In 1950, my great grandfather Zefiro fell in love with Montalcino and acquired the property of Piancornello, which consisted of a rural house dating back to the 1700s and the land surrounding it, and started to plant the first Brunello vineyards. In the years that followed, great part of the family left the estate, but my great grandparents and my parents, Alfeo and Silvana, continued to cultivate it: living on their own land was, for them, an important value. Today, that tradition continues to live through my wife, my daughters and myself. Piancornello is located in the zone of Sesta, between Sant’ Angelo in Colle and Castenuovo dell’Abate, nestled on a plateau facing Val d’Orcia and Mount Amiata on the horizon; it covers a surface of around 20 hectares in an area characterised by a Mediterranean microclimate and steep hills rich in rocks and stones. Such favourable conditions allow organic agriculture and the production of a genuine, elegant and generous Brunello di Montalcino that is inextricably bound to the territory where it is produced.