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The 2007 - Le Ragnaie Brunello Di Montalcino is Sangiovese from the Tuscany region in Italy and the ABV is 14.0%. The 2004 - Terralsole Riserva Brunello is Sangiovese from the Tuscany region in Italy and the ABV is 14.0%.
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This 2-pack includes 1 bottle of 2007 - Le Ragnaie Brunello Di Montalcino, and 1 bottle of 2004 - Terralsole Riserva Brunello.
2007 - Le Ragnaie Brunello Di Montalcino
"Medium red. Slightly reduced, musky, balsamic aromas of redcurrant, plum, strawberry and sweet tobacco. Tactile, concentrated and silky, with enticing medicinal reserve to the flavors of plum and salty minerality. Harmonious acidity gives this wine good mid-palate energy. Conveys an impression of strong extract. Finishes serious, distinctive and long, with smooth tannins." (07/12) - 92 Pts Ian Dagata - International Wine Cellar
"The 2007 Brunello di Montalcino caresses the palate with dark cherries, plums, spices, tobacco. This is an especially dark, plush Brunello from Le Ragnaie. In keeping with the style of the year, the 2007 is quite open today and will likely always be an accessible Brunello. With time in the glass the wine truly blossoms, showing off gorgeous nuances of sweet roses, spices and anise, all of which add considerable lift. The 2007 can be enjoyed today, but it needs to be opened at least 1-2 hours in advance. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2019."
"Riccardo Campinoti is one of the most promising young producers in Montalcino. With the 2007 vintage, Campinoti is unveiling two new single-vineyard Brunelli. It will be fascinating to see where Le Ragnaie goes in the coming years. The wines are full of promise." (04/12) - 92 Pts Antonio Galloni - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"A broad, leather- and balsamic-tinged red, offering more savory, spice-tinged flavors than fruit. There's sweetness and balance, tending toward mushroom and woodsy notes on the finish. Best from 2014 through 2025. 2,100 cases made. -BS" (09/12) - 90 Pts Wine Spectator
"Pale ruby. Interestingly brambly on the nose. Light and fragrant with a dusty finish. So unlike the Brunellos of the 1990s! Chewy fine tannins on the end. An attractive whole. Drink from 2015 to 2024. (JR)" (10/12) - 16.5 out of 20 Points, Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages
"Le Ragnaie winery extends over 28 hectres in the county of Montalcino which is located in the Province of Siena. Our land is coltivated with vines and olive groves and we follow the guidelines for Organic Agriculture.
Our vineyards are divided into three distinct parcels of land throughout Montalcino which allows us to produce three diverse 'terroirs' of Brunello:
Le Ragnaie: Vineyard is located in the central zone of Montalcino. The vines here enjoy the highest elevation of any vineyard in Montalcino."
"The winery is the property of Riccardo and Jennifer Campinoti who with the collaboration of their indispenable staff follow with meticulous attention every phase of the winemaking process. Always striving to produce a product of the highest quality while respecting the surrounding land." - Winery
"We have the distinct fortune of being able to coltivate our vines in three diverse microclimates in Montalcino. This allows us to offer three different types of Brunello each a testament to the land it was grown in.
Our vines are 100% Sangiovese and are worked following the strict guidelines of organic agriculture: we do not use any chemicals with the exception ofa bordeux mixture and powdered sulfur, always staying within the limits set by the guidelines of the biological agriculture association."
"We do not use fertilizer instead we plant covercrops which in the Fall. These plants consist of legumes, clovers and grasses.
This covercrop helps to regenerate the land after a long summer season of work. They also aid in enriching the organic substance of the land all the while penetrating deeply the roots of the various planted species.
Moreover the diversity of plants in the vineyard prevents superficial erosion and instead favors the absorption of water and creates an important habitat for many species of animals and insects.
This process guarantees the formation of an ecosystem full of life which is essential to the health of the vines."
"Ragnaie 1. Vigna del Lago2. Vigna Fonte3. Vigna Cappuccini4. Vigna Vecchia
Le Ragnaie vineyards vary between 5 and 40 years of age. They are planted in the central zone of Montalcino with a south-west exposition to the sun and facing the sea. The altitude of the vineyard varies between 530 and 600 meters which allows for the harvest to begin in the second half of October. The wine from this vineyard has an elegant taste and a beautiful aroma on the nose. The vines are surrounded by an oak forrest, olive groves and a small lake. An ideal habitat for animals and insects." - Winery
This wine was also rated 89 Points by Wine & Spirits.
2004 - Terralsole Riserva Brunello
One of Wine Spectator's Wines of the Year in 2010 (#31)
"This changes all the time as you taste it, with aromas of dark fruit and porcini mushroom turning to cigar box and dried flowers. Full-bodied, with masses of fruit and chewy tannins. Really powerful and long. Best after 2011. 1,450 cases made. -JS" (06/10) - 96 Pts Wine Spectator
"Here's a thick and opulent Brunello Riserva with a pleasurable and forward style that puts emphasis on intensity, quality of fruit and texture. The wine boasts a dark garnet color with aromas that span from exotic spice to pressed flowers. It needs at least five more years of cellar aging because the tannins are still a bit young." (08/10) - 92 Pts Wine Enthusiast
"Our guiding principal here at Terralsole is: Great wine is made in the vineyards, not the Cantina. With this in mind, Sangiovese Grosso was planted in 1996 on specifically chosen clonal selections and rootstocks dedicated to the soil types and vigor levels of our different terroirs, their aspect, and average diurnal temperatures."
"Our Merlot IGT, was planted on the cooler, northern slope of the Pian Bossolino Property, the Cabernet Frank on the west, while Syrah was planted on the southwestern slope of the warmer, dryer Fonte Lattaia property. Mario's vineyard philosophy calls for high density planting anywhere from 5000 to 7000 plants per hectare, (2.47 acres) rendering fewer, high quality grapes per vine. Living soil preservation is essential. We adhere to EEC regulations regarding controlled substances and though we are not officially filed as Biological, organic vineyard practices are used for our spraying regimen, cover crops and fertilizers, including Fava beans, sheep dung and cow pies. Removing leaves to accelerate ripening, or encouraging growth to shade from the warm Montalcino sun requires vigilant canopy management."
"Harvest is 100% by hand, carried in small boxes to preserve the integrity of the skins. All harvesting is done quickly and in the precise moment to achieve peak ripeness. Grapes are gently de-stemmed and gravity fed into individually temperature-controlled tanks. All primary (alcoholic) and secondary (malolactic) fermentation is completed in stainless, finely temperature controlled steel tanks allowing the option of a cold maceration period for maximum extraction of bouquet, color and aromas. We are the only estate in Montalcino currently using 600 liter "Tonneaux" oak barrels from the Allier forest in France (tight grained/old oak trees by law) to age our Brunello. We use a variety of sizes including barriques of this same French oak to age our 3 IGT Varietals and Rosso di Montalcino." - Winery