Sant'Antimo Costa Colonne - 2021, 14%

grape icon Mainly Sangiovese, small percentage of Ciliegiolo and Cabernet Sauvignon
Toscana - Brunello Intensity: 6
Toscana - Brunello

Costa Colonne is the name of the latest wine from the famous Mastrojanni winery in Montalcino. A profoundly territorial and pleasant red that is made from Sangiovese grapes for the most part, to which small percentages of Ciliegiolo and Cabernet Sauvignon are added. A red wine with a fresh and fruity profile produced from grapes harvested in the estate's beautiful vineyards located at an altitude between 200 and 420 metres above sea level, with good southern exposure. The grapes are fermented separately in cement vats and after processing the wines are left to mature for about 12 months, partly in cement vats and partly in large oak barrels. Bright ruby red in colour, the nose reveals a pleasantly fruity character, with notes of ripe red fruit and intriguing floral returns. In the mouth, however, what is most striking is the softness of the tannin, silky and velvety.

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