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CARPINETO

Brunello di Montalcino Riserva DOCG 2017

RED WINE - 2017

Carpineto is one of the highest estate in the entire appellation at any altitude of about 500 meters (1,650 ft) above...

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Carpineto is one of the highest estate in the entire appellation at any altitude of about 500 meters (1,650 ft) above the sea level. The sedimentary soil has a galestro frame with clay accomulations dating to the Eocene era (15 million years ago). The unique microclimate, in a panoramic setting, gives wines with fine elegance, minerality and great longevity.

Specifications
Grapes used
  • Sangiovese Grosso.

Trend of the year
  • Unique vintage, characterized by the limited production of grapes, due to the violent late frost and the strong drought in the summer months whitch hit the vineyards, The wines therefore have a good alcohol content and an excellent level of concentration of the noble components, ideal for long aging. 

Vinification
  • Carried out by indigenous yeasts in steel tanks at a controlled temperature (25-30° C); in order to preserve the typical bouquet of Sangiovese, frequent pump-overs and a long maceration on the skins were performed. 

Maturation
  • At least 42 months in oak casks of different capacity.

Bottle ageing
  • In our cellars at a naturally controlled temperature and humidity.

Color
  • Intense ruby red, with intense anthocyanin concentration and garnet reflections.

Perfume
  • Intense and persistent with wild berries, hints of vanilla and spicy notes, very complex.

Taste
  • Very complex and intense, well-structured with a long evolution ahead.

Serving temperature
  • 18-20° C, in un decanter

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