Casanova di Neri is a recognized wine producer in the Montalcino section of Tuscany, Italy. They produce a number of red wines, bottled by vineyards where grapes are selected as well as the composition of grapes in the wine.
The 2007 Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova is 100% Sangiovese (a Brunello di Montalcino cannot receive DOCG recognition without being 100% Sangiovese variety from the area) (between Italy and France, I don’t know who is worse with their wine regulations.). The wine was aged in small oak barrels for 30 months, and an additional 18 months in the bottle.
The Tenuta Nuova product has achieved high accolades over the years. Tasting the 2007 vintage, I can see why this is so.