BRUNELLO docg RESERVE 2012, The. Agr. Hut


The. Agr. HUT

Brunello Riserva powerful and elegant that envelops with perfumes, rich and engaging flavors. Traditional, full-bodied and thick, wine in which tradition is combined in elegance and class.

pairing: Ideal with grilled red meats and also long cooking roasts. It goes well with first courses with meat sauce and aged cheeses.

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The. Agr. HUT

Located in Montosoli, in the best area, north of Montalcino, the company is led by Benito and Franco and has been bottling wines since the early years 60, and their father Giuseppe, founder of the Capanna, was one of the founding members of the Brunello di Montalcino DOC Consortium in 1966. The company's vineyards are in the best area of ​​this DOCG, precisely north of Montalcino, with a south-east exposure that favors the presence of a particular microclimate which only they can benefit from.

Brunello Riserva it is produced only and exclusively from grapes from the oldest vineyards owned by the company, 40/50 years, selecting the best bunches e, demonstrating how much the Cencioni family cares about this wine, not every year it is vinified. By the glass this Brunello has an intense ruby ​​red color, load, lively. The nose is intense and very complex: spice, ripe fruit with evolution towards jam and licorice. On the palate it is full-bodied and powerful thanks to a marked tannicity. Long and persistent in the maturity of its evolution, it also develops a soft and elegant finish.

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0,75 l


The. Agr. Hut



Data sheet

Alcoholic degree : 14,5%

Grapes : 100% Sangiovese

Type : Rosso fermo Brunello Ris docg

winemaking : manual harvest at the end of September, fermentazione alcolica con macerzione 30/35 days, malolattica spontanea in tini troncoconici di rovere di slavonia, invecchiamento in botti di rovere di slavonia per oltre 40 months, refinement in the bottle 15 months

Service : 14/18 gradi in ampi calici


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