Mastrojanni 2020 Rosso di Montalcino DOC

Mastrojanni 2020 Rosso di Montalcino DOC

Item Number: 17914

UPC: 8-023952020065

Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Sub Region: Montalcino
Appellation/AVA: Rosso di Montalcino DOC
Estate Grown Wine: Yes
Vintage: 2020
Grape(s): 100% Sangiovese
Type: Wine - Red
Bottle Size: 750 ml
Pack: 12
Closure: Cork
Alc by Vol(%): 14.5

Aging Notes: Grapes mature for 6-7 months in Allier oak barrels of 54 hectoliters. The wine is bottled and aged for 3 months before release. It is not filtered.

Tasting Notes: The Mastrojanni Rosso di Montalcino is characterized by an intriguing youthful classicism, featuring fragrant and juicy sour cherry. It is polished, as are all of Mastrojanni's wines, and pleasantly tannic and savory with some balsamic and spice suggestions. It will pair beautifully with grilled meat and BBQ.

Vinous 1/2022
"Mastrojanni does a wonderful job of communicating the house style through their Rosso di Montalcino, along with showcasing its southern Montalcino fruit. This wine is produced from a vineyard designated for Rosso, and it’s intended to create a fresher, leaner, yet still energetic expression of Sangiovese, which it does in spades."


  • Vinous
    Rating: 91 (10/12/2022)

    A darkly alluring mix of crushed ashen stone, balsamic spice and musky red currants wafts up from the 2020 Rosso di Montalcino. It's soft and pure in character, with ripe strawberry and cherry fruits that cascade across a core of bright acidity. This finishes incredibly fresh with a lingering spicy tension and hints of sour citrus.
  • The Wine Advocate
    Rating: 89 (3/9/2023)

    Here's a fresh and fruit-forward Sangiovese to pair with pasta or home-cooked lasagna. The 2020 Rosso di Montalcino has bright cherry aromas with dried raspberry, redcurrant, sweet potting soil and grilled Mediterranean herb. Fruit comes from young vines aged seven to 20 years old. These are sharp and focused results with a silky mouthfeel for carefree drinking with family and friends. It ends a bit thin and short, but the acidity is welcome.