Molino della Suga is an estate in Località Molino della Suga in the Montalcino region of Tuscany. It produces red wines under the Rosso di Montalcino DOC and the Brunello di Montalcino DOCG as well as Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG.
Owner: Cantine Bonacchi. Click the link for details of their other winery interests in Tuscany.
Vineyards: 11 hectares of Rosso di Montalcino DOC and Brunello di Montalcino DOCG. Also some Vermentino it seems. The vines are near the Abbadia Ardenga and the main Abbadia Ardenga vineyards. Over 5,000 vines/ha. Ageing cellar with 2000hl storage, including botti, barriques, tonneaux. Can store 40,000 bottles. The wines are bottled here.
Winery: An old mill dating to the sixteenth century. Expanded to bring the storage capacity of the aging cellars to 6,000l. More than half is represented by barrels and tonneaux. Temperature controlled area for the aging of more than 150,000 bottles
Rosso di Montalcino DOC, Bonacchi–Molino della Suga: 2011 Molino della Suga. 50,000 bottles. Modern open cherry, OK, simple, at least mid-weight rather than dilute (Anteprima 2014). | 2013 Bonacchi. 30,000 bottles. Clean, simple, easy, not for keeping, some sticky fruit (Anteprima 2015).
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Bonacchi–Molino della Suga: 2009 Molino della Suga. Simple, modern, plump, anonymous, fluffy (Anteprima 2014). | 2010 Bonacchi. Sweet and simple (Anteprima 2015). | 2010 Molino della Suga. 50,000 bottles. Bit of fizz, bit green and light, not as good as the Rosso (Anteprima 2015).
Podere Molino della Suga
Località Molino della Suga
I-53028 Montalcino (SI), Siena, Italy
Hospitality: Two restored and furnished apartments to host guests and visitors.