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Chianti classico DOCG 2017...
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Chianti classico DOCG 2017...

CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA DOCG<br />ZINGARELLI FAMILY<br /><br />Grape Varieties:<br />Sangiovese 90%, Cabernet Sauvignon 5% and Colorino 5%.<br /><br />Production technique:<br />After careful selection, the grapes are vinified according to<br />according to traditional Chianti Classico methods.<br />After fermentation, the wine matures in 35hl French oak barrels for about<br />35hl French oak barrels for about two years and then<br />then refined for a minimum of three months in the bottle.<br /><br />Organoleptic characteristics:<br />Colour: ruby red tending to garnet with ageing.<br />ageing.<br />Bouquet: intense and fine, with very evident fruity scents and a pleasant spicy note.<br />and a pleasant spicy note. Taste: rich and<br />persistent, with well-integrated tannins.<br /><br />Winemaker's recommendations:<br />A wine suitable for elaborate meat and game sauces, roasts and<br />and game, roasts and mature cheeses.<br />Serve at a temperature of 16/18 °C.<br />Alcohol content: 13,5% vol.<br />
Price €18.60
Chianti classico DOCG 2019...
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Chianti classico DOCG 2019...

CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG<br />ZINGARELLI FAMILY<br /><br />Grape varieties: Sangiovese 95% and Merlot 5%.<br />Production technique: obtained from the careful selection of grapes followed by a 12-14 days maceration of the must on the skins.<br />maceration of the must on the skins for 12-14 days. After<br />the wine matures in Slavonian and French oak barrels.<br />Slavonian and French oak barrels for 6 to 10 months and is then refined<br />then refined for at least 30 days in the bottle.<br /><br />Organoleptic characteristics<br />Colour: lively ruby red.<br />Bouquet: fruity with a hint of light spice from the wood used for ageing.<br />from the wood used for ageing.<br />Taste: savoury and well-structured, with good aromatic persistence.<br />aromatic persistence.<br /><br />Producer recommendations<br />Excellent with first courses and white and red meat dishes.<br />white and red meats.<br />Serve at a temperature of 16-18 °C.<br />Alcohol content: 13,5% vol.<br />
Price €12.20
Montebruna DOCG 2018...
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Montebruna DOCG 2018...

It took 35 notarial acts and 7 years to bring together the many plots of land in Montebruna, a property of great oenological value. When we succeeded, for joy we gave it<br />voices and verses, involving artists, poets and musicians who sang about this Barbera and its land, 'a land that speaks'.<br /><br />Denomination: Barbera d'Asti DOCG.<br />Grape and Vineyard: Montebruna is a Barbera d'Asti DOCG made from 100% Barbera grapes grown in our own vineyard in Rocchetta Tanaro.<br />Winery: The fermentation takes place for a fortnight in steel tanks at controlled temperature; then for one year the wine matures in large oak barrels.<br />Tasting: Ruby red violet colour. It impresses with very clear scents of ripe cherries and small red fruits. The taste in the mouth is deep, full, harmonious, with a long finish<br />that maintains the persistence of the flavour and finishes with almonds. Excellent, well-balanced, fragrant and very drinkable. It accompanies pasta-based first courses, main<br />courses of white or red meat, cheeses and sausages.<br />Serving temperature: Serve at 15-17°.<br />
Price €16.80
Bricco della Bigotta 2017...
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Bricco della Bigotta 2017...

The bigot was the pious woman who lived next to our Barbera vineyard. She cared about external practices and the rule of religion, but less about the spirit of it. We put the<br />spirit in.<br /><br />Denomination: Barbera d'Asti DOCG.<br />Grapes and Vineyard: Produced with 100% Barbera grapes from our own vineyards in Rocchetta Tanaro.<br />Winery: 20 days of maceration on the skins, then ageing in barriques for 15 months and in bottles for a further year.<br />Tasting:<br />Garnet ruby red colour with violet reflections. Rich, intense and persistent bouquet, very well developed, with sensations of liquorice, violet, plum and vanilla. Fruit and spices<br />emerge on the palate, from roasted to spicy, particularly well balanced, vigorous and intense. The richness of expression is due to the spices that envelop the flesh of the<br />ripe plum (the most evident fruit), giving persuasiveness and power. Accompanies roast meat, game and game dishes and hard cheeses.<br />Service: Serve at 17-18°.<br />
Price €57.80
Bricco del Uccellone...
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Bricco del Uccellone...

L'Uccellone was the nickname of a woman who lived on the vineyard hill. Her nose was reminiscent of a bird's beak, and she always wore black: this earned her a nickname<br />in the village. Hence the name Bricco dell'Uccellone.<br /><br />Appellation: Barbera d'Asti DOCG.<br />Grapes and Vineyard: Produced with 100% Barbera grapes from our own vineyards in Rocchetta Tanaro.<br />Winery: Maceration on the skins takes place at controlled temperature and lasts 20 days. The wine then goes into oak barrels where it refines for 12 months, then one more<br />year in bottle.<br />Tasting: Very intense ruby red colour with garnet reflections. Rich, complex bouquet, with considerable concentration and depth; hints of red fruit and small fruits are<br />particularly evident, with some minty spices, vanilla and liquorice in the background. Generous flavour, full-bodied and well-structured, a perfect blend of the characteristics of<br />the vine and the contribution of the wood, in a combination of great softness and class, with a very long aromatic persistence. Accompanies large meat dishes, roasts, also<br />with sauces, mature cheeses.<br />Serving temperature: Serve at 17-18°C.<br />
Price €57.80
Amarone SPERI S.Urbano 2016...

Amarone SPERI S.Urbano 2016...

TYPOLOGY Dry red wine<br /><br />PRODUCTION AREA Monte Sant'Urbano property, in the municipality of Fumane.<br /><br />GRAPE VARIETIES Corvina Veronese and Corvinone 70%, Rondinella 25%, Molinara 5%.<br /><br />SOIL TYPE The calcareous-cretaceous soil of volcanic origin favours the retention of humidity, thus preventing drought.<br /><br />VINIFICATION Manual selection of the best bunches. Crushing in January with a roller crusher-destemmer. Maceration in stainless steel tanks for a period of 35 days with<br />periodic pumping over and délestage at a temperature of 16 - 18 degrees. Separation of the skins in mid-February and completion of alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in<br />50 hl oak casks. Ageing in 500 l Allier oak tonneaux for 24 months and in 20-40 hl oak casks for a further 12 months. Subsequent ageing in bottles<br /><br />VINEYARD SYSTEM Veronese pergola-trained system located on crags supported by dry stone walls, known as 'marogne'.<br /><br />COLOUR Intense garnet red<br /><br />PERFUME Ethereal of withered fruit<br /><br />PAIRINGS Ideal with robust main courses of red meat such as braised meats and game, excellent with mature cheeses. Also recommended at the end of a good meal<br /><br />TASTE Full-bodied, warm, enveloping and dry on the palate.<br /><br />Classification D.O.C.G.<br /><br />Alcohol content: 15° Vol.<br />
Price €62.20
Brentino 2018 Rosso Veneto...

Brentino 2018 Rosso Veneto...

<br /><br />TYPOLOGY Dry red wine<br /><br />PRODUCTION AREA 'The best vineyards in the DOC Breganze area'.<br /><br />VINE '55% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon'.<br /><br />SOIL TYPE Volcanic and tufaceous hills.<br /><br />VINIFICATION 'Harvest and manual selection of the bunches, fermentation in steel tanks'.<br /><br />COLOUR Intense red<br /><br />BOUQUET Ample and fruity with slight hints of wood due to the stay in barrique<br /><br />PAIRINGS 'First courses with game sauces, roasted and grilled red meat'.<br /><br />TASTE Dry and full-bodied, balanced and with character, good persistence<br /><br />Classification I.G.T.<br /><br />Alcohol content: 13,50° Vol.<br />
Price €14.90
Sassicaia 2018 TENUTA SAN...

Sassicaia 2018 TENUTA SAN...

TYPE: Bolgheri Sassicaia D.O.C. Sassicaia<br />PRODUCTION AREA: loc. Vecchio Frantoio - Bolgheri ( Livorno ).<br />VINE: Cabernet Sauvignon 85 %, Cabernet Franc 15 %.<br />SOIL TYPE: The land on which the vineyards used for the production of this wine are located is included in the territorial delimitation of the DOC SASSICAIA. They show<br />diverse and composite morphological characteristics, with a strong presence of calcareous areas rich in marl, as well as stones (from which the wine takes its name) and<br />partially clayey. The production facilities are located at an altitude between 100 and 300 metres above sea level, with a west/south-west exposure.<br />VINIFICATION: Grapes are selected using a sorting table to eliminate impurities and any presence of millerandage. Soft and delicate pressing and destemming of the<br />grapes, taking care not to break the integrity of the berries. Subsequent spontaneous alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel at a controlled temperature of around 28°/30°C<br />(without any inoculation of yeasts). Maceration lasted 11-12 days for the Cabernet Franc and 13-14 days for the Cabernet Sauvignon. Frequent pumping over in the open air<br />and repeated délestage operations during alcoholic fermentation resulted in elegant, well-structured musts with an excellent aromatic component. Malolactic fermentation<br />was then completed, again in steel and completely spontaneous, and was completed at the end of November, after which the must was introduced into wood.<br />TRAINING SYSTEM: spurred cordon (very low yield of grapes per vine).<br />COLOUR: Intense ruby red.<br />BOUQUET: the nose expresses itself on hints of ripe red fruits, berries and cola, herbs and toasted almonds<br />PAIRINGS: Deliciously complements refined main courses of red meat or game. Excellent with grilled meat, roast and fillet of beef or with traditional Tuscan dishes based<br />on wild boar.<br />TASTE: on the palate, the taste is austere, rich and compact. It shows a sustained body and a good acid component. It progresses on notes of dried fruit, with a deep,<br />persistent finish.<br />DESCRIPTION: The name of Tenuta San Guido is inextricably linked to the origins of a famous wine that is considered one of the best wines in the world, Sassicaia. Since<br />1968, the year in which the first vintage was marketed, Sassicaia has achieved unexpected worldwide fame, growing year by year. The Tenuta San Guido, named after San<br />Guido della Gherardesca who lived in the 13th century, is a historic winery in the Bolgheri area, located along the Etruscan coast from Livorno to Grosseto in the Tuscan<br />Maremma. Covering a total area of around 2500 hectares, the company can currently count on ninety hectares under vine, including 75 hectares dedicated exclusively to the<br />production of Sassicaia, the latter being the brainchild of Marquis Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, who wanted to create a great Bordeaux-style wine. After moving to the<br />Tuscan estate in the second half of the 20th century, he began experimenting, planting a few cuttings of French vine varieties in an area that had hitherto been completely<br />unknown from a viticultural point of view. He managed to understand the potential of the Bolgheri area and of the very land on which he had planted the cuttings, which had<br />unique characteristics in terms of microclimate, very similar to the Graves and Bordeaux areas, and a stony soil, a sassicaia in fact, to which this extraordinary wine owes<br />its name. The quality of the product has allowed Sassicaia to achieve an unparalleled record: it is the first Italian wine from a specific winery to have a reserved DOC. The<br />Bolgheri Sassicaia appellation belongs exclusively to the Tenuta San Guido of the Incisa della Rocchetta family: the existing regulations in fact state that the area of<br />production of Bolgheri Sassicaia DOC is limited to the Sassicaia estate and that the grapes must consist of a minimum of 80% Cabernet Sauvigno.<br /><br />AGEING: At the end of malolactic fermentation the wine was put into French oak barriques, (one third new wood and the rest first and second passage) where it spent a<br />period of 24 months maturing, always keeping the masses separated by vineyard provenance and monitored in the long selection process. The selected masses were<br />blended at the end of December, i.e. a month and a half before bottling and subsequent ageing in glass before release.<br />
Price €303.00
Carignano Cab.S. Merlot...

Carignano Cab.S. Merlot...

TYPE: Dry red wine<br />PRODUCTION AREA: Basso Sulcis in our farms of Narcao and Barrua<br />GRAPE VARIETIES: 85% indigenous, 15% French.<br />SOIL TYPE: Soils tend to be of medium texture, clay, sandy and calcareous.<br />VINIFICATION: the must ferments with the skins at a temperature between 25 and 30 degrees in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for a period of about 15 days,<br />the entire mass is subjected to periodic pumping over to facilitate the passage into solution of the compounds present in the marc. The malolactic fermentation confers<br />softness to the wine, which is then aged in new French oak barriques for about 18 months.<br />VINEYARD SYSTEM: spurred cordon<br />COLOUR: intense and lively ruby red, nature's chromatic gift<br />BOUQUET: complex of ripe red fruit (mainly black cherry), spices, notes of liquorice and hints of myrtle<br />FLAVOUR: elegant wine that demonstrates impeccable workmanship, notes of sage and myrtle with aromas of ripe red fruits and pepper in a persistent and harmonious<br />finish<br />
Price €45.10
Castello del Terriccio 2015...

Castello del Terriccio 2015...

CASTELLO DEL TERRICCIO 2015<br />Appellation: I.G.T. Rosso Toscana (Castello del Terriccio)<br />Producer: Castello del Terriccio<br />Grapes: Syrah, Petit Verdot<br />Analytical data:<br />Alcoholic strength: 14.50%<br />Soil type: The soil is rich in iron minerals with the presence of stones and fossils. The perfect slope towards the Mediterranean, a unique reflection of the sun, the light<br />breeze of the coast and the abundance of sunlight promote a unique and exclusive maturation.<br />Training system: Spurred Cordon<br />Planting density: 3,600 vines/hectare for the old vineyards; 5,600 vines/hectare for the new vineyards<br />Climatic trend: The climatic trend was characterised by a winter and an early spring with abundant rainfall, which allowed the accumulation of important water reserves.<br />Budding was earlier than the previous year, as was flowering, which began in mid-May, followed by excellent ripeness. From a health perspective, there were no particular<br />problems or diseases in the vineyards. An early ripening of about ten days was recorded. After an unusually warm April-May, high temperatures were recorded from June to<br />July, well above mid-season, with a lack of rain, After mid-August the situation changed again with sudden rainfall and the resulting drop in temperature, restoring the ideal<br />conditions for the continuation of the viticultural cycle, and the development and subsequent ripening of the vines again took place in optimal conditions.<br />Perioddvendemmia:Lavendemmiaavenerigorosamenteamanoesi èvolta per leuveSyrahePetitVerdotapartiendoendof the middle of September. After an initial selection in the<br />vineyard during the manual harvest, the grapes are carefully selected once again on arrival at the winery. Winemaking notes: After manual selection of the grapes from the<br />vineyard, they are gently destemmed and pressed, taking care not to break the skin of the berries. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in open stainless steel tanks in an<br />open chapel at a controlled temperature, with the grapes macerating for about 20 days. In the last days, the aromas and tannin balance were extracted, with an important<br />structure that allows for long ageing.Affinamento: The Tonneaux of Reverence is distilled in the first and second pass for a period of about 22 months and then assembled<br />and bottled.<br />
Price €98.80
Tassinaia 2016 Castello del...

Tassinaia 2016 Castello del...

TASSINAIA 2016<br />Denomination: I.G.T.RossoToscana (Tassinaia)<br />Producer: Castello del Terriccio<br />Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot<br />Analytical data:<br />Alcoholic Grade: 14,00%.<br />Soil type: The soils where the vigneti are located are characterised by various and composite morphologies with a strong presence of stones and fossils; the altitude is<br />between 100 and 300 metres above sea level, with a South/South-West exposure.<br />Training system: spurred cordon<br />Planting density: 5,600 vines/hectare for old vines; 6,250 vines/hectare for new vines.<br />Climate: 2016 was certainly one of the most regular years of the last decade. Rainfall met the needs of the vines on time: abundant in March, regular in May and June,<br />important at the end of July and, finally, a warm and sunny August and mid-September. Temperatures were optimal: a mild end to the winter, which had caused some<br />concern, was followed by a cool spring, which slowed down the development of the grapes, which then benefited from the hot but not torrid summer, with significant<br />temperature variations. The growth of the bunches was regular and optimal, with very good production and perfect ripening.<br />Harvest period: The harvest began in mid-September and was characterised by healthy grapes and perfect veraison.<br />Vinification notes: Extremely soft pressing and destemming. Fermentation in steel vats at controlled temperature, with maceration of the grapes for about 9-12 days for the<br />Merlot and 12-15 days for the Cabernet. During the fermentation process the grapes are pumped over and destemmed.<br />Refinement: Refinement takes place in separate masses for each variety, in second and third passage French oak Tonneaux for 16 months. After blending and bottling, it<br />rests a further 12 months in the bottle before release.<br />
Price €37.00