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  • 3L “La Levata” – 2005 – Tenuta del Monsignore

    Label: Perfect
    Caps: Perfect
    Level: 4,2 cm
    Color: Perfect

    Tenuta del Monsignore has its business center on a gentle hill overlooking the sea. It covers an area of about 135 hectares, of which about 85 are vineyards. The cellar is adjacent to the manor house which still incorporates the remains of the old cellar from the first half of the 1800s. The current structure is an example of a combination of tradition and advanced technology. “La Levata” in 3-liter Jéroboam format. It is packaged manually in all its parts: capsule, bishop’s tassels and labeling.

  • 3L Rosso Toscana – 2005 – Ercolani

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    Level: Within the neck
    Color: Perfect

    Fresh, vinous wine, with a floral hint of violet and fruity strawberry. Grapes of Sangiovese denominated in Montepulciano prugnolo gentile, Canaiolo nero, Colorino and Mammolo (in small parts). Aging for 6 months in large steel and cement barrels. It goes well with Tuscan cold cuts, medium-long-aged pecorino, tagliatelle or pici with meat sauce and with garlic sauce, rabbit and roast chicken, dried fruit such as walnuts and pistachios.

  • Vin Santo “Pomino” – 1971 – Frescobaldi

    Label: Slightly dirty
    Caps: Perfect
    Level: Very Top shoulder
    Color: Perfect

    Pomino Vinsanto perfectly embodies the Tuscan tradition. The encounter between the territory of Pomino, the typical varieties and the historical production process, give rise to unique sensations of their kind: sweetness and freshness are perfectly balanced. The long drying and long aging in wood give an intense and complex meditation wine, with an intriguing and varied bouquet.

  • Vin Santo – 1975 – Castello di Meleto

    Label: Slightly worn
    Caps: Perfect
    Level: Mid/Low shoulder
    Color: Perfect

    The Chianti tradition of our Vinsanto begins with a special method of harvesting the grapes. This technique allows us to hang the bunches vertically within our stunning vinsantaia, thus beginning the natural drying process. Trebbiano is used in addition to a small selection of Sangiovese and Malvasia. After the drying, vinification takes place in partially filled caratelli and is followed by a very long aging period before the golden nectar is ready to be tasted.

  • Chianti Classico Fonterutoli IOWC – 2005 – Mazzei

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    Caps: Perfect
    Level: Top shoulder
    Color: Perfect

    The village of Fonterutoli of the Mazzei winery is closely linked to the historicity of the place, which has remained historically intact. Produced with Sangiovese and in small quantities Malvasia Nera, Colorino and Merlot, Chianti Classico Fonterutoli is characterized by the balance between elegance and complexity that finds in this wine a magnificent expression of the territory.

  • Moscadello di Montalcino – 1994 – Castello di Banfi

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    Level: Mid/High shoulder
    Color: Perfect

    Banfi was born in 1979 to two Italian American brothers John and Harry Mariani. Moscadello di Mintalcino is obtained from a variety of grapes grown since time immemorial in the Montalcino area. The nose reveals the typical aroma of Muscat, fresh and with floral nuances while in the mouth it is velvety, aromatic and balanced

  • Vino Santo 90’s – Antinori – 90’s

    Label: Slightly worn
    Caps: Perfect
    Level: Within the neck
    Color: Perfect

    The Marquis Piero Antinori leads the largest European group with land with a high wine vocation. He became the ambassador of wine in the world by introducing the bottles of his 15 estates in Tuscany. The Antinori disciplinary is very strict for the production of Vinsanto which is produced with Trebbiano and Malvasia grapes which are naturally dried. Dark amber color with golden reflections. On the nose dried fruit and notes of candied orange. On the palate it is soft but at the same time fresh and full.

  • Chianti Classico Fonterutoli – 2014 – Mazzei

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    Level: Within the neck
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    This wine comes from a selection of 120 different company plots, made after the “master blend” of its “older brother” Castello Fonterutoli. It is the company’s central wine and has always been the benchmark for the category. With an elegant and well-proportioned body, it gives aromas of berries and spices. Intense and soft on the palate.

  • Chianti Classico Gran Selezione “Cellole” – 2015 – San Fabiano Calcinaia

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    Color: Perfect

    The San Fabiano Calcinaia Agricultural Company, located in the hills of the prestigious Chianti landscape, produces fine wines obtained exclusively with grapes from its own vineyards, distributed and appreciated all over the world.
    This wine produced with 100% Sangiovese but with an excellent blend of different vineyards in the glass you will find a concentration of aromas: spices and the wild of the terroir. Otiima drinkability especially with a few years behind it as in this case.

  • Il Maggio – 1986 – Montevertine

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    Caps: Perfect
    Level: Medium-high shoulder
    Color: Perfect

    Montevertine is located in the heart of the Chianti hills, in the municipality of Radda in Chianti at an altitude of 425 meters. In Montevertine simplicity, respect, attention to every detail and savoir-faire are the guide of every day. Our vinification method is extremely traditional and is always the same used since the first harvests. The hand-picked grapes are fermented in vitrified concrete tanks, without temperature control and carrying out two daily pumping over to keep the pomace cap wet and obtain a slow extraction of tannins from the skins.

  • Brolio – 2004 – Barone Ricasoli

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    The Brolio of 2004 is a tuscanian Wine that belongs to the denomination of the Chianti Classico, made from the best Sangiovese grapes with a little addition of Cabernet sauvignon. A 18 month long aging in barrique and a long maturation in steel tank give to the wine noblity and elegance. The result is a rich, powerful wine with a strong scent of ripe blackberry, in the mouth it is characterized by a well balanced acidity.

  • Formulae – 2005 – Barone Ricasoli

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    Made from native varieties of tuscanian grapes, mainly Sangiovese, Formulae is a red wine bold and structured.
    The estate of Barone Ricasoly, takes place in the iconic area of Castello di Brolio in Giaole and It is of the biggest and most ancient winery of Chianti Classico and it is proudly among the four most ancient winery in the world.

Tuscany is undoubtedly one of the most important Italian wine regions thanks to its famous internationally renowned labels. A real jewel of world enology, with an extraordinary variety of wines with different characteristics and a millenary history that is lost over the centuries.

The typical Tuscan landscape alone tells of the strong wine-growing vocation of the area: kilometers and kilometers of splendid rows that stretch over the hills of Chianti and the Etruscan Coast or immersed in postcard views of the Val d’Orcia and Val di Chiana.

It is a heritage of eleven denominations of controlled and guaranteed origin (DOCG), forty-one denominations of controlled origin (DOC) and six typical geographical indications (IGT).

We cannot talk about Tuscan enology – but not even world-wide – without thinking of Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Chianti Classico and Supertuscan, produced in the Bolgheri area.

The undisputed soul of the region’s red wines is Sangiovese, present in almost all DOC wines. A red grape of great quality and character, but not easy to cultivate, which gives very different results depending on the microclimate and the soil where it is grown.