Brunello di Montalcino Caprili DOCG
Brunello di Montalcino by Caprili is a DOCG red wine produced in Tuscany. It has a ruby red color tending to garnet and a broad, ethereal fruity bouquet with a touch of spiced resin. The taste is elegant with tannins; the tannin load is not excessive, medium capacity of aging, sapid
- Brunello of Montalcino
- Brunello of Montalcino DOCG
- Vino rosso
- Production area
- Production area (municipality)
- Grape variety
- 340 meters s.l.m.
- Plant density
- 4.000 plants/ha
- Bottles produced annually
- It comes naturally, taking advantage of the indigenous yeasts in the grapes. The fermentation temperature is maintained between 28 and 30 ° C
- Fermentation fermentation and maceration in steel tanks of 25 days
- Fermentazione Malolattica
- Aging of wine
- 3 years aging in Slavonian oak barrels of 30, 40 and 60 HL and subsequent aging in bottle for at least 4 months
- 15,00% vol.
- Gambero Rosso
- 3 glasses
- 5 bunch of grapes
- 0,75 l.
- Ruby red garnet
- Ample, ethereal fruity with a hint of spicy resin
- Warm, intense, harmonious. Gives the palate a myriad of small and pleasant feelings
The estate was founded by Alfo Bartolommei in 1965.
The Bartolommei family settled in the Municipality of Montalcino at the beginning of the last century. The family originated from Podere Marzolo in the Municipality of Cinigiano (Province of Grosseto). In 1911, the family moved to Podere Poggi, a tenant farm on the Villa Santa Restituta estate working the land by sharecropping (a typical form of Tuscan farm management). In the years that followed, the family moved several times from one country home to another on the Villa Santa Restituta estate until they finally arrived at the Caprili farm home in 1952. The family took over Caprili with all their livestock and continued to work the land by sharecropping. In 1965, the Bartolommei family decided to buy the property from the Castelli-Martinozzi family, owners of Villa Santa Restituta estate. In the same year, 1965, they planted the first vineyard, still called “Madre” to this day, where the clones for the new vineyards planted on the estate are selected. The first bottle of Brunello di Montalcino is from the 1978 harvest and was put on the market in 1983.