Today’s Deal – 2013 Silvio Nardi Rosso di Montalcino $13.95/bottle on 6+


If you don’t want to wait several years to enjoy a nice glass of Brunello then try this 2013 Rosso di Montalcino!  Made by the distinguished leader in Brunello production, Emilia Nardi of Tenute Silvio Nardi located in Tuscany, this bold yet refined wine is something special.  Ready to enjoy straight out of the bottle this is the perfect value driven wine that packs brassy flavors while still being very approachable.  Most retailers are offering this gem for above $19.95/bottle but CV’s discount drops it down to a blistering $13.95/bottle on six +!

The 2013 Silvio Nardi Rosso di Montalcino or RDM for short, is comprised of 100% sangiovese grapes that were hand harvested from the venerable Casale del Bosco estate.  It is called Rosso because it is only sees oak for about 12 months, whereas true Brunellos see at minimum 2 years in oak followed by 4 years of bottle aging.  The impetus for winemakers in producing these amazing Rossos is so that they can produce delicious wines while their fine Brunellos age.  The result is a typically lighter, fresher, and more approachable wine that is a fraction of the cost.

The 2013 Silvio Nardi RDM is best enjoyed paired with red meats or hearty pasta dishes.  It captivates your attention with aromas of BLACK CHERRIES, TOBACCO, and hints of MOLASSES.  Your palate is greeted with BIG, RICH TANNINS that are nicely aided by the FINESSE and DEPTH that the sangiovese grape has to offer.  Plus, for under 14 bucks, this baby packs some muscle!

We have TEN cases available for pick-up or immediate shipping but that’s it!  This is last call on the vintage and last call on this discount!  You know the drill…scan the details below and click until your hearts content on the BUY SILVIO NARDI RDM NOW button today!


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Winery Tasting Notes:

“Shows ripe, wild cherry fruit aromas and flavors with leather and spice. Medium-bodied and fruit-forward with a velvety texture and ripe tannins.”