Corte Pavone Vigna - Poggio Molino al Vento 2015 - Brunello of Montalcino DOCG Wine


Mar 18, 2021

An entirely biodynamic winery. Learn the 7 Crus approach with Filippo in the latest episode of our Montalcino tastings

Not too many wineries in the Montalcino area can claim to be entirely biodynamic, but thankfully, we know the right one that is.  The Corte Pavone wine estate is specialized in a precise, non-interventionist viticultural approach that ensures that all the wines produced on this estate benefit from a natural upbringing, with as little physical handprints as possible.

Filippo Bartolotta, Mamablip’s cult Italian wines expert, leads us through his tasting of the Corte Pavone Vigna Poggio Molino al Vento 2015 vintage.  We know that 2015 was a most generous vintage year, so stick around and explore this Loacker-produced wine with Filippo and see how the results of a biodynamic approach pay off. 

Have you ever heard of the 7 Crus approach?  Filippo’s going to fill you in on this unique approach, the result of years of soil studies of the Montalcino terroir.  Curious about the results and how they apply to the Corte Pavone Poggio Molino al Vento Brunello?  Stick around for the whole video and learn all about one of Montalcino’s more unusual wine selections.

A gloriously located wine estate in one of the most beautiful spots of Montalcino, the Brunello wines crafted by this expert Loacker wine maker picks up on its surroundings in a most surprising way, including, a scent of sea breeze, chocolate, and even heady ripe fruits like blackberries.  Make sure you check out a bottle of this Corte Pavone wine selection from a most unusual Montalcino wine estate - you’ll be glad you did!

If you’re loving the Brunello di Montalcino series, don’t miss the other weekend tastings Filippo is doing focusing on the wonderful wineries in the Montalcino area.   For even more Italian wine adventures, check out the other Italian wine regions Mamablip is bring you to - travel from Sicily to Lake Garda with just a simple click of your mouse!  Be sure to check out more Brunello di Montalcino news on the Consorzio di Brunello di Montalcino page!

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