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Tignanello 2021 Magnum...
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Tignanello 2021 Magnum...

Climate<br />The 2021 vintage from Chianti Classico will be remembered<br />for a long slow-paced season: a vintage that promises power and<br />finesse. Temperatures during the winter months were not<br />excessively cold and were accompanied by rain showers that<br />lasted up until the end of March. The beginning of spring<br />triggered early bud break, but cool, dry weather in April slowed<br />down the vines' vegetative cycle. May and June followed normal<br />weather patterns, not too hot, with scattered precipitation that<br />guaranteed excellent flowering and fruit set of all grape<br />varieties in Tenuta Tignanello's vineyards. Overall, summer<br />was hot and dry, especially during August but towards the end<br />of the month, occasional rainfall provided ideal conditions for<br />the vines to begin the ripening phase. September and October<br />were picture perfect: sunny skies, no heat spikes, refreshing<br />breezes and cool nighttime temperatures that allowed the<br />grapes to gradually progress to peak ripeness. Overall, the<br />2021 vintage is considered to be one of the best vintages ever.<br />Harvesting operations began during the last half of September<br />for Sangiovese and were completed October 20th with<br />Cabernet.<br />
Price €451.00
Tignanello 2021 750ml ANTINORI
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Tignanello 2021 750ml ANTINORI

Climate<br />The 2021 vintage from Chianti Classico will be remembered<br />for a long slow-paced season: a vintage that promises power and<br />finesse. Temperatures during the winter months were not<br />excessively cold and were accompanied by rain showers that<br />lasted up until the end of March. The beginning of spring<br />triggered early bud break, but cool, dry weather in April slowed<br />down the vines' vegetative cycle. May and June followed normal<br />weather patterns, not too hot, with scattered precipitation that<br />guaranteed excellent flowering and fruit set of all grape<br />varieties in Tenuta Tignanello's vineyards. Overall, summer<br />was hot and dry, especially during August but towards the end<br />of the month, occasional rainfall provided ideal conditions for<br />the vines to begin the ripening phase. September and October<br />were picture perfect: sunny skies, no heat spikes, refreshing<br />breezes and cool nighttime temperatures that allowed the<br />grapes to gradually progress to peak ripeness. Overall, the<br />2021 vintage is considered to be one of the best vintages ever.<br />Harvesting operations began during the last half of September<br />for Sangiovese and were completed October 20th with<br />Cabernet.<br />
Price €160.80
Insoglio del cinghiale 2022...
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Insoglio del cinghiale 2022...

Insoglio del cinghiale<br />Tuscany red<br /><br />ASSEMBLY<br />INDICATIVE PERCENTAGES<br />Merlot 28%, Syrah 45%, Cabernet Sauvignon 7%, Cabernet Franc 13%, other red grapes 7%.<br /><br />TYPOLOGY<br />SOILS<br />Partly clayey, partly Bolgheri conglomerate. The warmer soils with a predominance of sand are dedicated to Syrah.<br /><br />DETAILS<br />FIRST VINTAGE: 2003<br />WINEMAKER: HELENA LINDBERG<br />CONSULTANT: MICHEL ROLLAND<br />TASTING NOTES<br />Ruby red with purple highlights, the nose releases a complexity of aromas ranging from ripe red fruits and Mediterranean scrub to delicate notes of fresh tobacco and<br />spices. On the palate it is soft and silky, but at the same time supported by a vein of acidity that gives us a crisp and persistent finish.<br />ALCOHOL 14%<br />TOTAL ACIDITY 4.95 G/L<br />PH 3.64<br />
Price €25.20
Chianti classico Riserva...
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Chianti classico Riserva...

Riserva is made from our best Sangiovese grapes. This medium to full-bodied wine displays the elegance and charm of this classic Tuscan grape variety and reveals a<br />finesse that certainly does justice to this historic appellation. Aromas such as cherry, spices, leather and chocolate harmonise perfectly with each other. The Sangiovese<br />matures in tonneaux for 16 months, while the Merlot matures in barriques. The cuvée matures in the bottle for at least another year after bottling.<br /><br />Monica Larner noted in the Parker Wine Guide for the 2012 vintage: 'A wonderful wine that deserves attention. I am impressed.'<br /><br />Ideal with: grilled meat, roast beef and veal, stews, grilled fish, pasta dishes and risottos. Our favourite with fresh porcini mushroom risotto<br />
Price €35.40
Ripassa Valp. DOC 2019...
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Ripassa Valp. DOC 2019...

Ripassa Valpolicella Ripasso DOC Superiore<br /><br /><br />Immediately after the fermentation of the Amarone raisins, the best selection of Valpolicella 'ripassa' on the Amarone marc, starting the second short fermentation; in this<br />way the alcohol content increases and a product richer in colour, extracts and aromas is obtained.<br /><br />After ageing in French oak tonneaux for 18/20 months, it is then left to rest in the bottle for 6 months.<br /><br />The result of this process is a refined and concentrated wine, extremely soft and velvety, with intense aromas of small red fruits.<br /><br />Ripassa offers fruity scents and fine tannins on the palate, with an aura of chocolate and spices. It represents one of the most significant wines in Zenato's oenological<br />evolution.<br /><br />Grape varieties: 85% Corvina Veronese, 10% Rondinella, 5% Corvinone.<br />Geographical location and characteristics of the vineyard: hilly area of Valpolicella, south-eastern and south-western exposure.<br />Average altitude of the land: 250-300 metres above sea level.<br />Soil type: predominantly cretaceous, calcareous<br />Training system and planting density: guyot, with about 5,000 vines per hectare.<br />Average age of vines: 10/15 years old<br />Number of buds: 8/10 per plant<br />Yield per hectare: 100 quintals<br />Harvest time and method: first and second ten days of October. Manual harvesting.<br />Vinification: The grapes are destemmed and macerated in stainless steel fermenters for 10-12 days. After alcoholic fermentation, the new wine is separated from the skins<br />by means of a soft press and stored in steel tanks until January, when the dried grapes are pressed to produce Amarone. At this point, the Valpolicella is 'repassed' on the<br />Amarone marc with a 7-8 day period at a temperature of 25-28°C. This is followed by 18 months of refinement in tonneaux and a few months of bottle ageing in temperature-<br />controlled environments.<br />Colour: deep ruby red.<br />Bouquet: intense, fine and persistent, with hints of black cherry and plum.<br />Taste: harmonious and velvety, with good structure.<br />Serving temperature: 18°C<br />Food pairings: an excellent companion to game dishes, grilled meats and roasts, cured meats and mature cheeses.<br />
Price €24.40