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Casanova di Neri Brunello di Montalcino 2015

Brunello di Montalcino

Casanova signe un grand Brunello sur 2015 !

94/100 James Suckling
94/100 The Wine Advocate
94/100 Decanter


  • Pays
  • Région
  • Appellation
    Brunello di Montalcino
  • Producteur
    Casanova di Neri
  • Millésime
  • Couleur
  • Type de vin
  • Format
    Bouteille de 75cl
  • Cépage(s)
    100% Sangiovese
  • Vendanges
  • Vinification
    Égrappage, fermentation spontanée aux levures naturelles et 25 mois de cuvaison
  • Elevage
    43 mois en fût de chêne puis 6 mois en bouteilles
  • Degré
  • Particularité
    Millésime 2010 noté 100/100 par Robert Parker !

Dégustation et garde

  • Boire à partir de
  • Apogée
  • Boire avant
  • Conseil de service
    Ouvrir à l'avance puis épauler ou carafer
  • Servir à


Le vignoble de Casanova di Neri s'épanouit dans les collines de Montalcino entre 350 et 480 mètres d’altitude. Les sols très variés sont totalement entourés de bois. Aux chais, égrappage total, encuvage par gravité et macération d’une vingtaine de jours. 24 mois d'élevage en fût puis 3 ans de repos en bouteille avant commercialisation.

Casanova Di Neri Brunello montre une robe profonde, les notes de cerises noires, de prunes et d’épices camphrées embaument le verre. La bouche est dense avec des tanins puissants, doux et frais. La persistance en bouche est fruitée et interminable !

Suggestion gourmande

Cuissot de sanglier façon grand veneur.

Avis des experts

  • 94 100
    James Suckling
    "There’s beauty and drinkability to this wine that really is enticing with blueberry and cherry aromas, as well as hints of hot stone and licorice. Medium to full body, integrated tannins and a fresh and polished finish. Shows focus and brightness. Very drinkable now, but better in a year or two. Try in 2021."
  • 94 100
    The Wine Advocate
    "The Neri family has created a classic expression of Sangiovese from a classic vintage, while remaining faithful to the house style. In a nutshell, these wines always tend to offer dark plum, clove and fig confit over the tiny berry and blue flower aromas you get from the traditionalists. That said, this Brunello needs ample time to open, and I suggest you splash it into the decanter. The Casanova di Neri 2015 Brunello di Montalcino (this is the one with the white label) stays safely within your expectation of the vintage with its variety-driven aromas of wild berry, licorice, blue flower and balsam herb. This wine sees fruit sourced from a vineyard on the northeast side of Montalcino, with Galestro soils ranging from 330 to 480 meters above sea level. Some 95,376 bottles were made. It was bottled in June 2019, and it hit the market in January 2020. You might want more from the aromatics (while you wait for the bouquet to come around), but this wine goes gangbusters in terms of mid-palate and overall texture."
  • 94 100
    "The Casanova di Neri estate is located in the northeastern zone of Torrenieri. Besides five distinct sites there, the Neri family also has three vineyards in the south between the villages of Sant'Angelo in Colle and Castelnuovo dell'Abate. The 'white label' as this Brunello is called blends plots from the cooler Torrenieri area. It is mid-weight and classy, offering gleaming bright, fresh red cherry flavors. Hints of rust and warm stone as well as subtle sweet spice add complexity. Tactile but fine sandy tannins give appropriate support and the finish is vibrant and perfumed."