Mastrojanni 2018 Rosso di Montalcino DOC

Mastrojanni 2018 Rosso di Montalcino DOC

Item Number: 14593

UPC: 8-023952018062

Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Sub Region: Montalcino
Appellation/AVA: Rosso di Montalcino DOC
Estate Grown Wine: Yes
Vintage: 2018
Grape(s): 100% Sangiovese
Type: Wine - Red
Bottle Size: 750 ml
Pack: 12
Closure: Cork
Alc by Vol(%): 14

Aging Notes: Grapes mature for 6-7 months in Allier oak barrels of 54 hectoliters. The wine is bottled and aged for 3 months before release. It is not filtered.

Tasting Notes: The Mastrojanni Rosso di Montalcino is characterized by an intriguing youthful classicism, featuring fragrant and juicy sour cherry. It is polished, as are all of Mastrojanni's wines, and pleasantly tannic and savory with some balsamic and spice suggestions. It will pair beautifully with grilled meat and BBQ.


  • Vinous
    Rating: 92 (4/1/2020)

    Sour red cherry and red berries dominate the nose and the mouth, accented by mineral strokes. This is taut and energetic, with a core of bright red fruit and flowers, supported by firm tannins that provide traction and impart length on the very floral, saline finish. A truly excellent, focused and very refreshing red that will pair wonderfully across a range of dishes from pasta to burgers to grilled meat and aged cheese. It’s also a classic example of a Rosso di Montalcino made from vineyards not allowed to be used to make Brunello, with a telltale leaner, more nervous, almost metallic personality compared to other much creamier Rossos made from Sangiovese vineyards that can be used to make Brunello (and which are essentially declassified Brunellos).
  • Vinous
    Rating: 91 (1/12/2021)

    The 2018 Rosso di Montalcino lifts up with a dusty and floral display, gaining richness in the glass as it reveals bright strawberries with hints of tangerine, shaved cedar, leather strap and white smoke. It’s soft and pure, casting red berries and mineral tones across a feminine frame, with vibrant acids which add a juicy feel to the expression. Cooling herbal tones linger over a gentle tug of tannin, yet the 2018 is already so delicious and remarkably pretty.