More information about Pian delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 5,0l Jeroboam - Marchesi Antinori
The powerful Pian delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino 5.0l Jeroboam from Marchesi Antinori glides into the glass with a dense ruby red color. With a little sideways movement, the red wine glass reveals a charming brick hue at the edges. This Marchesi Antinori red wine reveals all kinds of blackberries and blackcurrants on the nose. As if that wasn't already impressive, the ageing in small wooden barrels adds chocolate, tobacco and blueberries.
On the palate, the Pian delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino 5.0l Jeroboam from Marchesi Antinori opens wonderfully dry, full-bodied and aromatic. This velvety red wine is full-bodied and multi-faceted on the palate. On the finish, this wine from the Tuscan wine-growing region impresses with its exceptional length. Once again, there are hints of blackberry and blackcurrant.
Vinification of the Pian delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino 5.0l Jeroboam by Marchesi Antinori
This red wine clearly focuses on one grape variety, namely Sangiovese. Only the best grapes were used for this wonderfully powerful single-varietal wine from Marchesi Antinori. The grapes for this red wine from Italy are harvested exclusively by hand once optimum ripeness has been ensured. After the grape harvest, the grapes are quickly taken to the press house. Here they are sorted and carefully crushed. Fermentation then takes place in small wood and large wood at controlled temperatures. Vinification is followed by ageing for 36 months in large wooden barrels and small oak barrels. The ageing in barrels is followed by a long period of bottle ageing, which makes this red wine even more complex.
Recommendation for the Pian delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino 5.0l Jeroboam from Marchesi Antinori
This Italian red wine is best enjoyed at a temperature of 15 - 18°C. It is the perfect wine to accompany goose breast with ginger-red cabbage and marjoram, boeuf bourguignon or cabbage roulades.
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