Montalcino wines: a centuries-old tradition
The region of Montalcino is characterised by historic vineyards that produce outstanding Tuscan fine wines, such as Rosso di Montalcino and Brunello di Montalcino.
Considerable stretches of Sangiovese characterise the production of Tuscan red wines enjoyed all around the world for their unique, easily recognisable organoleptic properties.
The Cantina Le Macioche has been making two Tuscan reds since 1980 using the best technologies available today on the market to keep the characteristic colour and flavour of these fine wines.
The Rosso di Montalcino is a Tuscan red wine made with the youngest Sangiovese vines, which is aged for a long enough period of time so it can develop the typical organoleptic properties of excellent Tuscan wines and, at the same time, stay good value for money on the Italian and international markets.
The Brunello di Montalcino is made using the best vines when sufficiently ripe, which gives this Tuscan Vino Nobile its characteristic organoleptic properties. The wine is refined for five years before going on sale, giving enough time to bring out the best of all the aromatic qualities during the ageing process.
Last but definitely not least, the Brunello di Montalcino Riserva is only made during the best years from the finest vines in the terroir. The taste and bouquet of this Tuscan Vino Nobile surely make it one of the best Italian wines.