Montalcino does not only represent Brunello wine. In this same hilly municipality in the province of Siena and from the same Sangiovese vine, produced as a single variety, comes Rosso di Montalcino. This great Tuscan wine does not require long ageing and is made under more flexible viticultural regulations. Its primary characteristic is that of combining the structure and longevity typical of the Sangiovese grape with the freshness and liveliness of an easily enjoyable wine. Usually vinified in steel, it can be aged in the bottle or in oak, in order to refine the typical edges of the type and enhance its spicier and more harmonious tones. Often equipped with a structure and complexity that do not fit with the nickname of "Brunello's younger brother", it expresses the fresh and fragrant soul of Sangiovese, gaining appreciation for its greater versatility and ease of pairing.