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Castelli Martinozzi

Rosso Di Montalcino  – vintage 2016

The palate you’ll get the lovely brightness of fruit with great drive vibrancy on a medium weight on a palate bursting with energy.

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Vegan friendly

Sustainably Farmed

Integrated production

Taste Profile


Red Berries 



Black Berry


The palate you’ll get the lovely brightness of fruit with great drive vibrancy on a medium weight on a palate bursting with energy.

Red Berries




Medium Tannins

Medium Acidity

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Food Pairing



About the Winery

The farm Castelli Martinozzi is situated 10 km far from Montalcino and towers over the vally of Orcia and the hills that indicate in the west the bound of the Maremma of Tuscany. Its area is of 160 hectares of which 12 hectares of vineyard alternate with 16 hectares of olive grove, wood and the sown area that has the optimal altitude from 400 to 480 m above sea level. Different factors such as the correct location of the cultivated area, the absence of fog, the presence of good ventilation create a climatic microhabitat that guarantees high quality products even in lean years.

The most ancient prize for wine Castelli Martinozzi (in the photo) was received in Siena in a provincial viticulture-wine-making contest by Cesare Francalanci Martinozzi in 1892 of which we conserve a certificate.

Wine Specifications

Region: Tuscany

Grapes: Sangiovese

Vintage: 2016

Bottle Size: 750ml

Colour: Ruby Red

Blend Info: 100% Tuscan Sangiovese

Alcohol Content: 13.5%


Acid: TBA

Sugar: TBA

Closure: Cork

Preservative: TBA

Storing This Wine

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Serving This wine

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Drink Within 2 Years of vintage, when stored at optimal conditions.

Once opened, please consume within 3-5 days. Replace screw cap and refrigerate.


Very good value rosso! Fruity. High acidity. Rather strong tannin balance. Hint of black cherry or pepper. Medium body. Easy to drink. Not so long but good finish. First attack was well-balanced with full of fruity taste, and aftertaste was not so long but balanced. I was very surprised it was only less than $40 with this quality! Quite enjoyable. Good pairing with tomato sauce pasta.

– Takashi Kadomatsu 

Incredible value, not a big name in Montalcino but an up and coming producer and this Rosso is great. Less time in oak than brunello and lower complexity but lots of good fruit on the palate. Certainly the classic cherry of central Italy makes an appearance!

–  Alec Frusher

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