Join us at Le Potazzine. Today we are tasting the Brunello di Montalcino 2015 with Filippo Bartolotta.
Le Potazzine is a true family-run winery in every sense of the word. Originally brought into the world by the first generation of winemakers we find in Gigliola Giannetti, the mantle has been passed on to the second generation, Gigliola’s daughters. Le Potazzine comfortably conquers new wine-making terrain represented by Viola and Sofia, Gigliola’s daughters, who uniquely have their wine-making feet deeply connected to the older wine-making traditions, and the other feet enmeshed in contemporary sensibility to organic and sustainable wine production.
With such a connection to the past and present, tasting the Le Potazzine Brunello wines is an exciting moment that Filippo Bartolotta, Tuscan grape-trotter and Mamablip wine expert, relishes. It’s not every day that Brunello di Montalcino wines are so expressive and sophisticated as the Brunello 2015 vintage, a year Le Potazzine has fully embraced.
The Le Potazzine commitment to genuine purity and refined wines ensures that while the do produce Brunello vintages yearly, only the finest Brunello years are used to produce their spectacular Brunello Riserva, a tasting experience you’ll surely want to include during your next visit to Italy.
Known for their immaculate, classic Brunello di Montalcino wines and dedication to top-notch hospitality in their winery in the heart of the Montalcino territory, a tasting experience with Le Potazzine and Filippo guiding us is a sure-fire way to get your travel yen moving back in the direction of Tuscany, with its fine gourmet experiences and memorable residents!
If you’ve loved learning with Filippo about the Le Potazzine Brunello 2015, don’t miss out on the other #oneminutewine selections on Mamablip’s video archives. We recommend checking out last weekend’s Col d’Orcia and Caprili - enjoy every sip!
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