Brunello Masters – Poggio di Sotto and Giulio Gambelli

I have visited Poggio di Sotto and tasted their wines a few times now, after spending my last two years in Montalcino, but it is with a great emotion that I am writing about them here today. I am not going to tell you how long the maceration lasts, how many months the Brunello staysContinue reading “Brunello Masters – Poggio di Sotto and Giulio Gambelli”

The Paper Plane Selection – Rosso di Montalcino

When thinking about Montalcino everyone’s mind goes immediately to Brunello, of course. But forgiving the Rosso would be a huge mistake. First of all we have to make a distinction, between two types of Rosso di Montalcino. For many (bigger) producers Rosso di Montalcino means the “second wine”, so usually the best grapes go inContinue reading “The Paper Plane Selection – Rosso di Montalcino”