2007 Mocali Brunello di Montalcino Riserva DOCG

750ml

100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes from the vineyards situated on 350 metre slopes with mineral-rich soils of marl and limestone with sand and clay facing Castiglione del Bosco just south-west of Montalcino, Tuscany.

12 months ageing in large French oak casks followed by 3 years in Slavonian oak casks. Further refining for 5 months in the bottle.  The Riserva is produced in only the best vintages.

Rich ruby red with garnet hues. Pronounced bouquet of dark fruit and cherry as well as savoury aromas of leather and spice that adds one more layer of complexity to an already very enticing wine. The mouth feel is thick, luscious and wonderfully supple. Perfect with very structured dishes, such as beef, game, with mushroom and truffles, mature cheeses. Anticipated maturity: 2017-2027

2 Bicchieri Gambero Rosso 2014

4 Grappoli Bibenda 2014

96 points Wine Enthusiast

92 points Wine Spectator: “Aromatic and expressive, this boasts cherry, currant, tobacco and spice flavours matched to a round, supple frame. The tannins are well-integrated and supportive, leading to a fresh finish..” BS (June 2013)

$148.90

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  • About The Producer

Description

The Mocali Estate is in a setting of natural Tuscan beauty, where vineyards and olive groves alternate with oak and pine forests. It was established in the 1950s by Dino Ciacci, who was one of the twenty-five founders of the Consortium of Brunello di Montalcino. He was succeeded by his nephew Tiziano Ciacci who is its present owner.

Situated to the southwest of Montalcino at an altitude of 350 metres above sea-level on the slopes facing Castiglione del Bosco, the Mocali estate is comprised of 32 hectares, 6 of which are specialized vineyards (5 Hectares of Sangiovese Grosso used to produce its prestigious Brunello di Montalcino), and 4 dedicated to olive groves. The soils are rich in minerals of marl and limestone with sand and clay.


Mocali wines continually receive excellent reviews from respected International wine critics and publications such as Robert Parker, James Suckling, Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate and Wine Enthusiast as well as awards in Gambero Rosso and Bibenda Italian wine guides.