Scopetone, Tuscany

This jewel of a Brunello di Montalcino estate was first planted in 1978 by Federigo Abbarchi and Angela Corioni on marne and iron-rich red silt soils at 450 msl on the north-western corner of Montalcino; bottling beginning in 1982 under the eye of Giulio Gambelli.

Skip to 2009 when locals Loredana Tanganelli, husband Antonio and daughter Giada, started to rent the 1.5ha gem from Angela Corioni, adding 1.5ha of their own land. Their smooth wines are sensitively and traditionally made using stainless-steel and 33hl Pauscha Austrian oak botte.

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Ready, but will improve,

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£22.00

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£107.70 Saving £24.30

Bottle 6 x 75cl8cs

£77.22
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Bottle 12 x 75cl1cs

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