Azienda Agricola Casa Raia Brunello di Montalcino 2007
Medium ruby colour, with complex aromas and flavours of dark fruits -- plum and black-currant -- and earthy notes of dark chocolate, and sandalwood. Full-bodied and rich with an elegant finish. Casa Raia sits on a promontory beneath the famed medieval town of Montalcino. The estate once belonged to the patriarchal family of Brunello di Montalcino the Biond Santi. This soil saw the first roots of the San Giovese vine labouring through inhospitable rock over a century ago. In 1997 the then abandoned farm house was lovingly restored and named Casa Raia after the matriarch of the new family, Raissa Temertey.
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