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|94 Pts Wine Enthusiast
94 Pts Wine Enthusiast
"Well stitched together with a broad, wide assembly of dark fruit, spice and cola-like aromas. All the wine's elements sing loud as a single chorus; bold, plush, chewy. Ends with ripe fruit, rum cake, pipe tobacco and dark espresso bean. Firm, great length." (05/12)
92 Pts James Suckling - Jamessuckling.com
"I like the orange peel and dried dark fruits on the nose. Full body, with a solid core of ripe tannins and intense fruit. Layered and chewy. Give it two or three years more of bottle age." (01/12)
"An intense, ample and complex bouquet goes from kirsch liqueur to fresh plums followed by tobacco, earthy minerality and roasted meat. As the wine opens up, it releases aromas of red currants and raspberries, with touches of toasty coffee, leather and a hint of game. Balanced and persistent. At first impact, the wine is intense and decisive and gradually softens with dense, young, lively tannins. Structured, powerful and rich with good freshness. Well-balanced and elegant, ï¬avors mimic the nose with hints of tobacco and fruits, including black currants and fruit preserves. Mineral, earthy notes become more balsamic. Good persistence ï¬nishes in notes of cola and licorice" -Importer
"2007 had abundant rainfall in spring, which lead to water storage in the soils that lasted throughout the summer. Temperatures in summer were high but balanced and typical of the season. The entire harvest enjoyed excellent health, with perfect balance between PH, acidity and sugars." -Importer
"In the early 1980s Carlo Vittori, already a well-known and experienced winemaker bought his first piece of land to the south of Montalcino close to the hamlet of Castelnuovo dell'Abate. At the time Carlo Vittori was quite a pioneer because the land in this area was more or less abandoned and was farmed by just a few families who cultivated grapes and olives in the tradition of their ancestors. It soon became apparent that the investment had been a good one as the soil characteristics and the geographical conditions were excellent."
"Today most of the larger producers of Brunello have at least some of their vineyards in the area around Castelnuovo dell'Abate. While the first Sangiovese Grosso vines were growing, Carlo Vittori acquired the ruins of the mill, 'Molino di Sant'Antimo,' dating from the 1300s, from the Ciacci family. After some research, the long restoration work began to preserve the former characteristics of the building and its historical value. It seemed natural that the farm should take its name from the mill, and that the logo and labels should originate in the seal found at the nearby Abbey of the first Bishop Paolus."
"In the same period Carlo Vittori met the artist Sandro Chia for the first time so when the artist decided to purchase the 'Castello di Romitorio' for the production of Brunello and as his home in Italy, Carlo Vittori took on the restoration and development of the castle and its land. He directed it down the same long and ambitious road as the family farm. Today both the image and products, thanks to much hard work, have an international reputation. By the early 1990s, the 'Azienda Molino di Sant'Antimo' had about 30 hectares of land, half cultivated with olives and vines and the rest consisting of the surrounding woodland and Mediterranean bush. At the beginning of the new century, as always with his family, Carlo Vittori put the finishing touches to the restoration of 'Podernuovo ai Campi' a traditional farmhouse dating from the 1800s surrounded by adult vines. This is now both the headquarters of the business and the family home." -Importer
This was also rated 87 Points in the Wine Spectator