Vino Poggio Salvi

Traditional wines produced with modern methods: this is the philosophy of Villa Poggio Salvi.

Wine is made in the vineyard but once it reaches the cellar it's very important to accompany it with knowledge, respecting the characteristics offered by each vintage.

Villa Poggio Salvi, because of its structure and modernity, is a winery that looks to the future respecting the past base on the simple elegance of Sangiovese Grosso refined in large capacity oak casks as per historical tradition.

Villa Poggio Salvi owes its name to its fortunate location on the South side of Montalcino, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. Clean air and the perfumes coming from the dense oak forests and the Mediterranean that surround the company, attracted here people coming from Maremma since ancient times.

Poggio Salvi in fact stands for "Healthy Poggio", and has always been considered a salubrious and pure area, where people used to find shelter from diseases and viruses.

Montalcino Historical Archives tell us that this place was famous for its wines, served to the most prestigious characters, already in the 16th Century.

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Villa Poggio Salvi Brunello Di Montalcino 2012
93  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 93"Pure, delineated and bursting with rose, cherry, strawberry, mineral and tobacco flavors. Comes across as linear, with tension, persistence and a refined structure. Best from 2020 through 2032. 2,500 cases made."

Vino Poggio Salvi Brunello 2011 1.5L
92  International Wine Report 
Wine Spectator 90 "On the firm side, with raspberry, strawberry, leather, earth and tobacco flavors. Elegant overall, with fine length. Best from 2018 through 2028."  International Wine Report 92 "The 2011 Brunello is a fantastic effort which begins to open with aromas of cherries and red

Villa Poggio 'Salvi' Brunello di Montalcino 2011
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92  International Wine Report 
Wine Spectator 90 "On the firm side, with raspberry, strawberry, leather, earth and tobacco flavors. Elegant overall, with fine length. Best from 2018 through 2028."  International Wine Report 92 "The 2011 Brunello is a fantastic effort which begins to open with aromas of cherries and red

Vino Poggio Salvi Brunello 2010 1.5L
94  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 94 "Underbrush, woodland berry, cake-spice aromas and a whiff of eucalyptus come together in the glass. The firm palate offers layers of juicy dark cherry-berry, licorice, tobacco and a hint of vanilla. It’s balanced and intense, with chewy tannins."   Wine Spectator 93 "Cherry,

Villa Poggio 'Salvi' Brunello di Montalcino 2010
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94  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 94 "Underbrush, woodland berry, cake-spice aromas and a whiff of eucalyptus come together in the glass. The firm palate offers layers of juicy dark cherry-berry, licorice, tobacco and a hint of vanilla. It’s balanced and intense, with chewy tannins."   Wine Spectator 93 "Cherry,