One Italy's most famous and prestigious wines, Brunello
di Montalcino is made exclusively from Sangiovese grapes
grown on the slopes around the classic Tuscan hilltop
village of Montalcino, located 20 miles south of Siena.
The word Brunello (“little dark one”) is the local
name for Sangiovese Grosso, the large-berried form
of Sangiovese found in this beautiful corner of Italy.
This complex, full-bodied wine is loaded with fresh
fruit and Tuscan dust, exquisitely balanced by fine
tannins and fresh acidity on the long, bright finish.
Lively and intriguing, the wine will only improve in
the bottle over the next 10 – 12 years with proper
When it's ready, pull the cork and enjoy with “Lamb
Shanks Osso Buco” from our Wines
by Jennifer Cookbook!