Brunello di Montalcino Silvio Nardi DOCG 2016

MXN $2160

Grape: 100% Sangiovese

Appellation: Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Region: Tuscany, Italy

You’ll taste/smell: clean, sophisticated, intense and complex aromas, with hints of anise, ripe wild berries and a light touch of vanilla. Warm with soft tannins, great structure, good length and obvious;ly great aging potential.

Good to have it with: we believe a good Brunello is meant to enjoy by itself. But if food is needed it will go nicely with meaty stews, risottos with lamb, grilled octopus.

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Description

Wine Details

“Pure- Noble” Sangiovese wine. A wine for which blending translates to capturing different notes from different terroirs where softness arrives by gentle aging.

Vinification: The fruit is carefully handpicked and sorted. The wine undergoes extended maceration for at least 20 days. It is aged for 12 months in French oak barrels and then 18 months in large Slavonian oak before bottling.
Alcohol Grade: 14.5%
Best to have it: 14-18ºC
Aging Potential: 10-25 years maybe more
Size: 750 ml

The Winery: Tenute Silvio Nardi

Tenute Silvio Nardi consists of 192 acres of estate vineyards in an untouched landscape and a natural organic habitat. Nardi’s classic Brunello is a blend of the finest grapes from the Manachiara and Casale del Bosco estates. Yield is limited and only the top 70% of the grapes are used to make the wine.

In 1950, Silvio Nardi , father of the current owners, driven by his personal passion for wines, bought Casale del Bosco Estate, located in Montalcino. The family business has been represented by the Nardi Company since 1895 – a very important building construction company for the farm industry machinery, which is still located in Umbria.

In 1958, when the Brunello Consortium didn’t exist yet and Montalcino was but a small unknown village, the first Brunello bottle came from the cellars of Casale del Bosco. Today, we can affirm that Silvio Nardi was the first “foreigner” to invest in the Montalcino.
In 1962, the Manachiara Estate was bought, with its 40 hectares of vineyards, near Castelnuovo dell’Abate, 25 km from Casale del Bosco. The Manachiara vineyards give their name today to the company’s precious Brunello cru of the same name.
In 1967 Silvio Nardi was one of the founders of the Brunello di Montalcino wine Consortium.

In 1990 Emilia Nardi, Silvio’s youngest daughter, took over the management of the company. She introduced radical changes in the process of wine production and company management and embarked on a process of restructuring both the vineyards and the cellar, choosing to combine tradition with scientific research.

Additional information

Wine Body

Full-Body

Country

Varietal

Winemaking style

Conventional