2017 Ciacci Piccolomini Brunello Di Montalcino "Pianrosso", Tuscany, Italy

Delicate Bouquet of dried strawberries, roses, hints of sweet spice and crushed rocks. Remarkably lifted yet juicy and energetic. Ripe red berries with violet-tinged florals and persistent raspberry and cherry tones.


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This wine is produced on ly in the best vintages from a careful selection of grapes formt eh Panrosso vineyard. 100% Sangiovese grown on 8 ha varying in altitude from 240 to 360 meters above sea level. Soils are medium grain with good levels of marl dating to the Eocene period. Fermentation and refinement occurs in stainless steel and glass concrete vats, temperature-controlled via cooling plates and jackets. Ageing: More than 24 months in 20-75 hl Slavonian oak barrels, followed by over 8 months of bottle refinement


Ciacci Piccolomini is a storied and ancient farm known today as one of Brunello’s greatest producers. Established in the 17th century in the village of Castelnuovo dell’Abate above the Orcia river valley. Castelnuovo is located in the southeastern zone of Brunello where it’s warmer and drier, more Mediterranean than the weather around the village of Montalcino. Here, cool nightly breezes from Mt. Amiata produces a style of Brunello with rich, forward fruit and racy acidity. The soils are a mix of compact clay and minerals that easily crumble, locally known as Galestro (schist). The Ciacci Piccolomini estate was brought into the production of Brunello by Giuseppi Bianchini in 1985. While a forerunner in vineyard management, organic farming, green harvesting, and clonal selection, they prefer the slow and savory maturation of their Brunello in large Slavonian cask that range from 20 to 85 Hl.


Grape(s) Sangiovese
Farming Traditional