The manor house of Cerbaiona dates back to the 17th century, but the estate made its debut as a star producer of Montalcino with the 1981 vintage. Under the direction of Diego Molinari, Cerbaiona's long-standing reputation as a hidden gem was revitalized and immortalized as a great Brunello di Montalcino producer.
This multi-vintage Rosso includes 2017 and 2018 vintages of their declassified vintage Rosso di Montalcino and other Tuscan grapes. For perspective, their vintage Rosso di Montalcino goes for around $65. The blend includes 90% Sangiovese heightened with 10% Pinot Noir, which adds another dimension of lush and supple fruit