Poggio al Gello
I was tipped off about the wines of Giorgio Chiarini and Alda Nelli in the early summer of 2014 by a friend who said the wines are just like Brunello di Montalcino but, because they come from nearby Montecucco, cost a fraction of the price. Understandably, I wanted to learn more so contacted them and got chatting. As well as Sangiovese Grosso (the clone producing the highest quality Sangiovese, as in Brunello), they are keen to revive native Tuscan varieties such as Pugnitello (and they make a cracking example of this). More... Object required
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