2018 Mastrojanni Brunello di Montalcino

$123.00 SGD

Return and Refund Policy

Return Policy

To protect the provenance of delivered wines, exchange and returns are not allowed.

Corked Wines

While we make every attempt to provide wines of good quality and provenance, we cannot guarantee the personal 'drinkability' for every bottle we sell. It is the industry standard that older wines are purchased "as is" and at the buyer's risk as to the drinkability of the wine. This policy includes "corked" wines (those tainted with TCA and smell of wet cardboard). This wine fault occurred during the cork selection process and is completely out of our control. For the aforementioned reasons, no refund or exchange will be granted.

Delivery and Shipping

Enjoy complimentary shipping for orders above $200. Otherwise, there is a minimal delivery charge of $4.99.

Country: Italy

Region: Tuscany

Grape(s): 100% Sangiovese

Vintage: 2018

Type: Red Wine

Volume: 750ml

One of Italy's (and the world's) greatest wines, Brunello di Montalcino is small wine region in southern central Tuscany, producing particularly impressive wines from the Brunello grape, a local strain of Sangiovese.

Wines are aged for 36 months in 16-33-54 hl barrels made of Allier oak and spends 6 more months in their estate cellar. 2018 which is the newest release. 

Mastrojanni has been writing history with its wines since 1975, collecting awards from all over the world.
And in those years, only a few entered the wine-making adventure in Montalcino.Today, thanks to an exceptional terroir and men who have believed in it for decades, Mastrojanni has become one of the most respected Montalcino producers as far as wine buffs are concerned.

These lands have been poorly populated and poorly cultivated throughout the history of humanity: the land was therefore virgin, clean, without any form of pollution which man was then able to deface. It was here in 1975 that lawyer, Gabriele Mastrojanni bought the San Pio and Loreto estates and decided to plant his first vineyards, of which part are still producing our wines today. Wanting to make a great Brunello, Mastrojanni planted almost exclusively Sangiovese vines and, thanks to a unique terroir and passionate work, the winery grew in production and exports, perhaps even beyond the lawyer's initial dream.