Rosso di Montalcino has a lovely expression of black fruits and red fruits, with aromas of flowers in the background. Elegant, lively, and refined attack, where notes of plums, and cherries, are balanced by silky tannins, and roses notes in the finish.
Toscana wine region around Florence in central Italy is home to the Chianti region, which is famous for Sangiovese-based red wines. Super Tuscan wines also helped the region to gain international recognition for outstanding quality wines based on Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Trebbiano is also grown for the production of white wines.
Moderate Mediterranean climate
Canalicchio di Sopra
The soils in Toscana are formed from Pliocene and Pleistocene marine sediments, and from Quaternary alluvial and lacustrine deposits. The region is quite hilly, progressing inward to the Apennine Mountains. Here, many vineyards are planted on the higher elevations of the hillsides to benefit from a cooler weather. The soils composition lie mostly on clay, with a great level of nutrients and organic matter.