Red Wines - Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2015 (750 ml.) - Roberto Cipresso - Roberto Cipresso - 1
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Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2015 (750 ml.) - Roberto Cipresso

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Product Category
Red Wine
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
Grape / Raw material
Vintage - Cuvée
750 ml.
IT - Tuscany
Alcohol Content
14% vol.
Service Temperature
16° – 18° C.
Suggested Glass
Large calyx with a long stem
Vitae 4 Vines
Food Matches
Roasted Beef, Stewed Meat, Red Meat
Color: ruby red with garnet reflections Bouquet: notes of overripe red fruit, licorice, leather and wet earth. There is no shortage of shades of coffee and chocolate Taste: gritty but well integrated tannins, excellent structure and long persistence.
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Brunello di Montalcino by Roberto Cipresso is a Brunello with character, as traditional on the whole as it is innovative in being meticulously worked in every little nuance. 100% Sangiovese, processed at a controlled temperature with selected yeasts in conical oak vats. Resting for two years in French oak barrels and tonneau. Notes of overripe red fruit, licorice, leather and wet earth. There is no shortage of shades of coffee and chocolate. Gritty but well integrated tannins and excellent structure and long persistence. It is a Brunello of excellence.

Roberto Cipresso, originally from Bassano del Grappa, began his career as a winemaker in 1987 in Montalcino, where he settled and worked for some of the most famous producers, such as Case Basse, Poggio Antico, Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona. After his first personal successes, his activity also extends to other areas of Tuscany and to companies located in the most important Italian regions. The birth of Winemaking, his agronomic and oenological consultancy group, dates back to 1999. His professional career has seen and also sees collaborations with some foreign companies. He is the creator and guide of the Winecircus project, a cellar-laboratory which, thanks to the possibility of taking advantage of particular vineyards and a brand new headquarters on the outskirts of Montalcino, is dedicated to carrying out research activities oriented to the different aspects of viticulture, in collaboration with Universities of Padua, Turin, Venice, Pisa, Florence, Udine and Palermo.

In 2013, Roberto starts a new adventure, with the production of his first Brunello di Montalcino. It all began when, over twenty years ago, Roberto Cipresso decided to buy and restore the ruins of an ancient farmhouse in one of the most beautiful places in the Montalcino countryside, between Castelnuovo dell'Abate and Sant'Angelo in Colle, with a view enchanting towards Monte Amiata. The house of Poggio al Sole, now a magnificent Resort dedicated to hosting vine and wine lovers from all over the world, is in fact flanked by the vineyard - a jewel of just one hectare in extension - which produces the grapes destined for Brunello di Montalcino. ; the Rosso, on the other hand, is obtained from the fruit of another plot, also with an area of ​​less than one hectare and with an extremely suggestive aesthetic, located near the Abbey of Sant’Antimo. The first vintages produced are respectively 2013 for the Brunello and 2016 for the Rosso, and their label, with the flowery frame associated with the figures of the square and the circle, ideally recalls an adventure from the past - a company founded in Montalcino by Roberto with some partners in 1992 - as well as some symbols dear to the history of Roberto's experimental wine line, albeit in a more elegant and authoritative framework.

The vineyards have been planted in two terroirs that differ from each other in terms of soil composition, position, exposure, climatic requirements. Both provide for very low unit productions, just one bottle per plant, and careful and accurate agronomic management. The latter, while not referring to either the organic or the biodynamic regime, is however inspired, albeit without specific labels in this sense, by the utmost respect for the natural balance of the agro-ecosystem and the achievement of the greatest possible sustainability - parameter the latter, unlike others, is easily measurable thanks to specific programs, which the company uses. The various oenological operations take place in Roberto Cipresso's cellar / laboratory on the outskirts of Montalcino, where the availability of large workspaces and state-of-the-art equipment is combined with the attention to detail and attention of craftsmanship. The cellar practices, as well as the agronomic interventions, are extremely flexible according to the variability of the different climatic years and the state of the grapes harvested each year, with the aim of obtaining wines that are the most faithful possible reflection of the terroir of origin. , the personality of their author, and the enchanting landscape to which they belong.

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