Rosso di Montalcino has the same working procedure as Brunello. Grapes and vineyards are the same Sangiovese grosso 100%. The only difference is that Rosso doesn't have to be aged.It has a vidid, clear and bright look, and its colour is deeply ruby red. The bouquet is intense, with a good fragrance, and small fresh friuts can be recognised in it. Its flavour is dry and has a good persistency. Even if it stands ageing, the wine is ready to be drunk.