Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Azienda il Cocco
Since 1700 the Cocco is part of the property of the Bindi family, today the company is managed by Giacomo Bindi, one of the youngest winemaker in Montalcino, who together with his brothers has intensified the production of wine and oil.
The farm, 500 mt above sea level, is totally organic, they use biological treatments with low doses of copper and sulfur and they use natural fertilization according to ancient farming traditions using inter-row space with crops of wheat, barley and broad beans in order to provide organic substances and prevent the leaching of land.
The Brunello di Montalcino, is aged 3 years in French, Slavonia, Ungheria oak tonneaux, in order to achieve an optimal balance and complexity. At the end of this period, before bottling, the wine is stored again in steel vats to further refine it and give way to the “flavors” of different woods to blend and create a unique complexity that distinguishes their Brunello.
A further refinement in the bottle ( 6 months) completes the work of the cellar to bring in the glass a fruity wine with an important structure.
On the market 5 years after the harvest.
Brunello of great elegance and intensity capable of expressing its best over time. It has a variety of fragrances and aromas of great effect.Dark garnet red, generous on the nose it has scents of dried flowers, spices and ripe fruits. The taste impact is extremely pleasant with a good structure and tannins of exemplary extraction. Long final. It goes very well with Florentine, game, sliced beef, aged pecorino and with dark chocolate that balances the typical acidity of Sangiovese and enhances the hints of cocoa.
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
2016. We will send you the latest harvest year available. If you want a specific year please contact us.
Sangiovese 100%, from the best and oldest grapes of the farm
natural yeast, 30 days on the skins
Aged 3 years in French, Slavonia, Ungheria oak tonneaux, in order to achieve an optimal balance and complexity. At the end of this period, before bottling, the wine is stored again in steel vats to further refine it and give way to the “flavors” of different woods to blend and create a unique complexity that distinguishes their Brunello.
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