Rosso di Montalcino, James Suckling calls them "Mini-Brunellos" "These are probably the best bargains in Tuscan red wine. Soft, friendly, eminently drinkable now and less than half-the-price of their big brother Brunellos."
Rosso is loved for its depth of black cherry and wild-berry fruit, and careful use of oak revealed in a hint of spice and vanilla. Like its Montalcino sibling, it is a full-bodied wine crafted from Sangiovese. However it is a more vivacious style, combining freshness with structure, and can be approached at a much earlier age.
Rosso Casanova di Neri is possibly the wine of Giacomo di Neriís Tuscan gems that best represents the attempt to marry innovation and tradition. It is the synthesis of the strong personality and character conveyed by Sangiovese, together with the immensely drinkable quality of Colorino, an native grape, which makes it particularly easy to enjoy with food.