Wine La Poderina Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2003
Wine saturated dark ruby color.
The wine has a silky, supple and sweet taste with soft tannins well integrated, sufficient length and density. On the palate - notes of cherries.
The wine has a concentrated, enveloping ethereal aroma with hints of cherries, wild berries and vanilla, with slight nuances of silicon, spices and leather.
The wine goes well with dishes of white or red meat, poultry, dichiyu well suited to the aged cheeses.
Brunello di Montalcino was the first Italian appellasonom, received the status of DOCG. The climate here is the driest in the whole of Tuscany, is mitigated by cooling breezes from the sea, so that the quality of the grapes is obtained excellent. Brunello di Montalcino wine has 10 years of potential exposure, but it can be drunk now.
Tenuta La Poderina farm, located in the southern region of Montalcino, is a group of agricultural companies Saiagricola. The area of vineyards farm is about 26 hectares of land, of which 11 hectares set aside for grade Moskadello. Exposition southeast height of 350 meters above sea level. The farm is part of the largest agricultural holdings SAI Agricola is a direct property of the Vatican, which acquired in 1988 farm La Poderina. Head of SAI Agricola and CEO of La Poderina, Guido Sodano, is the nephew of Cardinal Andrea Sodano. Under the leadership of the agronomist and enologist Franco Fjaerli Lorenzo Landi on the farm produce great wines, whose ratings are increasing every year.