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Pian dell'Orino Rosso di Montalcino Organic 2019 750ml

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Audrey Frick writes:  The 2019 Rosso Di Montalcino is ripe but energetic, with pure red cherry, rose petal, orange peel, and white pepper. It is medium-bodied, with elegant ripe raspberry with a graceful feel. Seamless, with fine tannins, it is supple and soft in its texture and raises the bar in a big way for the category. 6,700 bottles were produced.  - Jeb Dunnuck 94

Eric Guido writes:  An unbelievably pretty blend of dusty rose, cherry and sage wafts up from the 2019 Rosso di Montalcino. It’s strikingly beautiful and graceful within, silky yet cool-toned, mixing saline-tinged minerals with ripe red fruits and floral nuances that resonate throughout. The 2019 finishes structured yet potent and long, leaving lingering dried cherry and licorice notes. Cellaring will be required, but with that said, this is a Rosso of astonishing depth and complexity.   - Vinous 93

The Pian dell Orino estate is adjacent to the Biondi Santi property. This area has a long history of being particularly suited for growing grapes for high quality wines. Husband and wife team Caroline and Jan's love for Tuscany and passion for viticulture binds them particularly to this land, their vines and the resulting wines. 

The wines are produced from four different vineyards that have a total area of 6 hectares. From the beginning they studied the soil and the structure of each vineyard in order to fully understand its characteristics. Fossils, petrified shells and chalk sediment all testify to the earth’s evolutions and recount marine flooding and periods of drought in the area. 

The wines are produced from four different vineyards that have a total area of 6 hectares. From the beginning they studied the soil and the structure of each vineyard in order to fully understand its characteristics. Fossils, petrified shells and chalk sediment all testify to the earth’s evolutions and recount marine flooding and periods of drought in the area. 

 

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Audrey Frick writes: The 2019 Rosso Di Montalcino is ripe but energetic, with pure red cherry, rose petal, orange peel, and white pepper. It is medium-bodied, with elegant ripe raspberry with a graceful feel. Seamless, with fine tannins, it is supple and soft in its texture and raises the bar in a big way for the category. 6,700 bottles were produced. - Jeb Dunnuck 94

An unbelievably pretty blend of dusty rose, cherry and sage wafts up from the 2019 Rosso di Montalcino. It’s strikingly beautiful and graceful within, silky yet cool-toned, mixing saline-tinged minerals with ripe red fruits and floral nuances that resonate throughout. The 2019 finishes structured yet potent and long, leaving lingering dried cherry and licorice notes. Cellaring will be required, but with that said, this is a Rosso of astonishing depth and complexity. - Vinous 93

Husband and wife team Jan Hendrik Erbach and Caroline Pobitzer are at the top of their game. This newest set of releases is a perfect example of that. For one thing, they did a fantastic job of dealing with the harsh conditions of the 2017 vintage with the Vigneti del Versante. Only a few wines from this vintage maintain this level of purity and depth. Erbach confirmed there would be no Bassolino di Sopra from 2017, as all the fruit went to the Vigneti del Versante. Speaking of Bassolino di Sopra, the 2016 is flirting with perfection. I have continuously tasted this wine over the years, and it has blossomed into one of the most complex yet harmonious young Brunellos I can think of. Ironically, Erbach speaks more about how he’s not 100% happy with the final result, which shows why the quality level at this estate continues to soar.