Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva “Sotto Casa” DOCG

83% Sangiovese Prugnolo Gentile, 12% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.  Boscarelli Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva “Sotto Casa” shows red berry and floral aromas like iris and violet as it evolves.  The palate is elegant yet powerful.

“Boscarelli, now in its third generation, seeks to maintain its original spirit by dedicating every day to maximizing the unique character of Sangiovese.”


Wine exported to

Bermuda, USA, Puerto Rico, Australia

Most recent awards

  • 2017 | Wine Enthusiast93
  • 2013 | Wine Spectator92
  • 2013 | James Suckling93
  • 2012 | Wine Advocate92
Grape Varieties:

83% Sangiovese, 12% Cabernet, 5% Merlot

Fermentation container:

oak casks

Length of alcoholic fermentation:

10 days

Type of yeast:

Spontaneous

Fermentation temperature:

28-31 °C (82.4-87.8 °F

Length of maceration:

5-8 days

Malolactic fermentation:

Yes

Aging containers:

Oak Casks

Container size:

2.25-30 hectoliters

Type of oak:

French (Allier)

Aging before bottling:

24-30 months

Aging in bottle:

6 months

Closure:

Natural cork

Organic:

Yes

Vineyard name:

Sotto Casa

Vineyard location:

Montepulciano, Tuscany

Soil composition:

Red clay, rich in iron and skeleton grain

Vine training:

Double Guyot

Altitude:

270 meters (984 feet)

Vine density:

5,500 plants per hectare

Yield:

65 quintals per hectare

Exposure:

Eastern

Age of vines:

25 years old

Time of harvest:

September/October

First vintage of this wine:

2011

Total yearly production (in bottles):

5,000

Tasting notes:

Brilliant, deep ruby red with garnet hues; complex, layered nose recalling blueberries and plums in youth, iris and violets after some time; all confirmed on the lush, full palate, which exudes elegance and fruity richness.

Serving temperature:

Best served at 18-20 °C (64.4 - 68 °F).

Food pairings:

Structured dishes, grilled, roast or braised red meat, game and aged cheeses.

Aging potential:

6-15 years

Alcohol:

Alc. 14% by vol.

Winemaker:

Maurizio Castelli and Mery Ferrara