The wines of Campogiovanni are practically a declaration of faith with respect to the area's
Appellations: three exercises of just Sangiovese, produced with the intent of allowing the wines to
express all their potential, rather than bending them towards a preconceived ideal wine.
brother too. Campogiovanni's Rosso displays harmonious, elegant perfumes and nice, soft
Mythic wines are always difficult to define,
but its balance, powerful but elegant structure, and aging capacity make the Campogiovanni Brunello, which is produced according to the "traditional school," truly exemplary.
grapes from the Quercione vineyard, 2.5 hectares destined to the Riserva, are set aside and
vinified separately. Not all vintages are memorable, and only if the vintage is awarded 5 stars - in 1990, 1995, 1997, and 1999 - is Quercione released. Otherwise, it goes to enrich the basic Brunello.
that ages several months in wood.
And finally, Olives: More than 2000 trees, prevalently Frantoio and Moraiolo, with smaller
percentages of Leccino and Olivastra di Montalcino, the cultivar characteristic of the area.
e mild climate and early ripening of the olives with respect to the rest of inland Tuscany round the organoleptic characteristics of this extra
virgin oil, which is soft, with just a touch of pepperyness, and slight bitter notes.