Rosso di Montalcino has the same working procedure as Brunello. The only difference is that Rosso is aged for a shorter time. It is a bright red color. Intense violet, black cherry and licorice on the nose. Then similar flavors in the mouth, with a balsamic note lingering nicely on the youthfully chewy, persistent and strongly spicy (cloves, especially) finish. Interestingly, this enters herbal and develops more and more fruit as it sits in the glass. Aged 14 months of used 20-30hL Slavonian oak.