Mocali

Rosso di Montalcino Sangiovese

9.018 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Montalcino, Siena, Tuscany, Italy
Sangiovese
Top Notes For
Joyce Lin

Red cherry, tart raspberry, cinnamon, nutmeg, slightly savory, licorice on the nose, slightly Brett, and flint, med plus tannin and acidity. Love the delicate oak note on the nose. Great entry level wine from Mocali.

Red cherry, tart raspberry, cinnamon, nutmeg, slightly savory, licorice on the nose, slightly Brett, and flint, med plus tannin and acidity. Love the delicate oak note on the nose. Great entry level wine from Mocali.

Aug 17th, 2017
Hernan Hernandez

Cherry, strawberry and raspberry notes. Floral notes as well. Nice acidity to match perfectly with a Bolognese.

Cherry, strawberry and raspberry notes. Floral notes as well. Nice acidity to match perfectly with a Bolognese.

1 person found it helpfulMay 9th, 2019
Beau Carson

One of the best Rosso di Montalcinos out there.

One of the best Rosso di Montalcinos out there.

1 person found it helpfulNov 17th, 2017
Stanley Lipkin

Deep cherries, nice tannins, earthy.

Deep cherries, nice tannins, earthy.

Sep 27th, 2019
Eric Stec

2015 on 5/22/19

2015 on 5/22/19

May 22nd, 2019
Jade Erickson

Tannin and skunk reside right away, but that goes away as it breathes. Spicy, earthy, oaky in a good way. Bold, full bodied. Great by itself, but would be great with food, especially tomato based.

Finely intense nose of cherry, leather, and dried flower. The medium-bodied palate has prominent acidity with firm tannins, yet stays fresh on persistent finish. Sustainably farmed, pair with wild boar ragu, if you don't have any on hand try hearty tomato-based pasta dishes.

Tannin and skunk reside right away, but that goes away as it breathes. Spicy, earthy, oaky in a good way. Bold, full bodied. Great by itself, but would be great with food, especially tomato based.

Finely intense nose of cherry, leather, and dried flower. The medium-bodied palate has prominent acidity with firm tannins, yet stays fresh on persistent finish. Sustainably farmed, pair with wild boar ragu, if you don't have any on hand try hearty tomato-based pasta dishes.

Mar 30th, 2019
Bob Hagemann

Tasty Sangiovese. Would buy again

Tasty Sangiovese. Would buy again

Feb 8th, 2019
Ryan McClellan

Tart cherries and berries with grippy but short lasting tannins. Great acid. Just a touch of oak to give it some maturity and round it out. A great way to experience Sangiovese at a value price. Brunello’s baby brother. Really love this wine. 20$ in PA

Tart cherries and berries with grippy but short lasting tannins. Great acid. Just a touch of oak to give it some maturity and round it out. A great way to experience Sangiovese at a value price. Brunello’s baby brother. Really love this wine. 20$ in PA

Jan 3rd, 2019
Nick Fortunato

Punching outside it’s weight class as usual.

Punching outside it’s weight class as usual.

Jun 28th, 2018
Derrick Kelley

Mushrooms and forest floor. Abundance of non fruit but still plenty of crushed dried red fruit to balance everything. Med body with some grip. An excellent value for Montalcino.

Mushrooms and forest floor. Abundance of non fruit but still plenty of crushed dried red fruit to balance everything. Med body with some grip. An excellent value for Montalcino.

Feb 9th, 2018