San Polo Rosso di Montalcino 2020

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Most red Tuscan DOC and DOCG wines are based on the Sangiovese grape. Many people would argue that the pinnacle of Sangiovese wines is produced in the vineyards of Montalcino from a clone known locally as Brunello.

Rosso di Montalcino was conceived in 1984 to give cash flow to wineries that needed to age their Brunellos for so long. Rossos may be released within a year of harvest. In bad Brunello vintages, drink Rosso — you’re getting declassified Brunello di Montalcino at bargain prices.



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