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BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO

Deep red with a ruby tinge; darker than most other Brunellos being made today. Reticent nose hints at dark berries, coffee, cedar and aromatic herbs. Big, dense and supple, with thick but polished flavors of red and spicy dark fruit. Lasts long, exhibiting a multilayered quality on the tactile finish. A potentially knockout wine, but remember to decant this at least two-four hours ahead to let it breathe fully and develop more complexity.

VINTAGE: 2013

GRAPE VARIETY: Sangiovese Grosso

PAIRINGS: as meditation, meat dishes especially with red and wild meat, aged cheeses

75cl  C$99.00 plus 13% HST     

Orders only by the case or mixed case of 6 bottles 

 

Paradisone

The farm had previously been run by Concetta and her husband Piero: true country folk from another era, one that survives in the nostalgic tales of our grandfathers.  The couple lovingly tended the soil, living solely on its produce and bartering eggs, goat’s milk and fruit in exchange for what they could not themselves produce.  In the 1980s, they still lived in the old farmhouse, with no heating but that provided by the large fireplace. 
Piero and Concetta stayed on.  They could not have left the land that was their raison d’être, or abandoned their chickens and rabbits and goats.  In fact, the more I saw of the couple, the stronger I felt to be my own ancestral bonds and awakened affection for the soil – where my family’s roots had previously lain dormant.
Hence my wish to take up the challenge: making wine in the elite winemaking area.

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