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Corte Pavone - Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Campo Marzio 2015 Corte Pavone - Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Campo Marzio 2015

Corte Pavone - Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Campo Marzio 2015

Dark ruby rhapsody: Charmy in every sip.

Single Bottle:

$165.00
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Type:Red

Varietal:Sangiovese

Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:15.5%

Region:Tuscany

Country:Italy

Tasting Notes

Discover the '7 Dynamic Brunello Crus.' A decade ago, Hayo Loacker's passion led him on a journey akin to Burgundy's vineyard classification at Corte Pavone, Montalcino. Through precise infrared sensing and dynamic micro-parcelling, seven unique Brunello vineyards emerged. Each harvest season, new measurements refine grape selection, optimizing the individuality of each vineyard. Campo Marzio 2015: a deep, dark ruby spectacle. Breathe in the symphony of dark berries, ripe blackberries, and blackcurrant, tinged with a spicy note. Relish the powerful finish complemented by velvet tannins. This is more than a wine; it's a charismatic expression in every sip."

Technical Info

Brand:Corte Pavone

Closure:Natural Cork

Organic Certification:CODEX - Code: B967

Country of Origin:Italy

Serving Temperature:16-18°C

Sugar Residual:1.2 g/l

Bottle Produced:2640

Drink By:2035

Wine Ageing:It matures entirely in 3000 L used large wooden barrels for 36 months.

Winemaking Style:Traditional

Harvest:Vintage Rating: Extraordinary. Age-Worthy 97Points - Robert Parker

Winemaking:The wine undergoes spontaneous fermentation with pied de cuve and malolactic fermentation. During this process, it experiences délestage 1 to 3 times daily for 5 days, followed by a pump-over once daily for 18 days.

Viticulture:The Vigna Campo Marzio vineyard, located at an elevation of 450-500m, boasts 50-year-old Sangiovese vines with a density of 5,000 plants per hectare, yielding 3,000 liters per hectare. The soil is a mix of stony, calcareous, and loamy compositions.

Food Pairing:T-bone steak (Florentine style), Braised veal shanks with gremolata, Sliced steak with rosemary and olive oil, Beef keema, New York strip steak, Beef rolls stuffed with garlic, parsley, and cheese, Feijoada, Japanese yakiniku, Brazilian churrasco, Goulash

Reviews and Accolades

AWARDS & ACCOLADES

94+

Robert Parker

The Loacker Corte Pavone estate in Montalcino has recently released a series of single-vineyard wines, and I have reviewed two of them at this time. The first of the two is the 2015 Brunello di Montalcino Corte Pavone Campo Marzio, an exclusive release of 2,640 bottles and a deeply layered and nicely concentrated expression that definitely delivers the goods. The attractive bouquet parades out one part primary fruit, one part spice and one part tangy herb and licorice.

Taste Profile

Light

Full Body

Dry

Sweet

Fruity

Savoury

Tannins (Bitterness)

Acidity

Corte Pavone

Close your eyes, then open them to the enchanting panorama of Tuscan, where a grand entrance gate beckons, a cypress avenue stretches endlessly, and the picturesque town of Montalcino unfolds before you Hayo Loacker's Tenuta Corte Pavone,. It's an unforgettable experience. Here, wine is not just tasted but felt, smelled, and seen in its most splendid form. The gates of Corte Pavone are open to you almost anytime. The wines from Corte Pavone in Montalcino are distinctive, elegant, and brimming with character. They predominantly showcase one grape variety: Sangiovese, 100%. Through meticulous measurements with advanced infrared sensors throughout Corte Pavone, Hayo has crafted a dynamic micro-parceling into distinct growth zones, defining seven unique layers of Brunello, known as the "7 DYNAMIC BRUNELLO CRUS." These crus are dynamic because the grape selection within each vineyard is finely tuned at harvest, guided by new measurements tailored to the vintage.

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