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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 €63.40
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 €87.60
Schulthauser Magnum Pinot...
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Schulthauser Magnum Pinot...

South Tyrolean Pinot Blanc<br />Schulthauser 2022<br /><br />Pinot Blanc, South Tyrol's most important grape variety, has awoken from its slumber and has become the region's flagship wine. Schulthauser is the classic among South<br />Tyrolean Pinot Blancs; it was first vinified and bottled in 1982. It is not a loud drop, but a consummate, finely fruity-fresh Pinot Blanc, which at the same time seduces with<br />creamy softness and racy acidity to enjoy.<br /><br />Grape variety: Pinot Blanc<br />Vine age: 10 to 40 years<br />Growing region: Site: Vineyards in 'Schulthaus' above Schloss Moos in Eppan/<br />Berg (540-620m)<br />Exposure: Southeast<br />Soils: Calcareous gravel soils with loam<br />Method of cultivation: Guyot<br />Harvest: Mid to late September, harvest and grape selection by hand.<br />Vinification: The majority (85%) is fermented in steel tanks, the rest in wooden barrels followed by<br />followed by biological acid reduction. In February the two<br />wines are blended.<br />Yield: 60 hl/ha<br /><br />Analytical data:<br />Alcohol content: 14.5%<br />Acidity: 5,65 gr/lt<br />Drinking temperature: 8-10°.<br /><br />Recommendation: Exclusive aperitif and summer wine, but also a versatile food companion: it tastes good with seafood and fish, as well as with delicate dishes of wild fowl.<br />It is particularly recommended with South Tyrolean Schlutzkrapfen.<br /><br />Ageing/potential: 4 to 5 years<br /><br />Awards:<br />2019: 93 points Luca Maroni, 92 points James Suckling, 91 points Robert<br />Parker, 91 points Falstaff, 90 points I Vini di Veronelli, 90 points Intravino.<br />2018: 94 points Wine Enthusiast, 91 points James Suckling, 91 points<br />Decanter<br />2015: 89 points Wine Spectator<br />2012: 90 points Wine Spectator; 90 points Wine Enthusiast<br />
Price €41.70
Chardonnay DOC Lafoa 2022...

Chardonnay DOC Lafoa 2022...

Chardonnay LAFÓA 2022<br />Alto Adige Chardonnay DOC<br /><br />The grapes for this Chardonnay grow on old vines with very small yield. The vineyards are situated at an altitude of 400 to 550 m a.s.l. on dry morainic soils. A sinewy but<br />elegant Chardonnay with great potential for aging. Tasting notes: Of a pale intense straw yellow colour tinged with green nuances; a full but well- integrated wine, imbued<br />with honeydew melon, creamy fruit salad and nutty aromas; ample acidity with a delicate underlay of oak on the palate and a long, luscious finish.<br /><br />Cellaring potential: 6-10 years.<br />Food Combination: This full-bodied wine is perfect on its own, but an incredible complement to rich fish dishes such as poached skate with mint cream sauce, Dover sole,<br />Cicatelli pasta with fresh crab, stirfried scallops with ginger and the perfect partner to chicken and veal.<br /><br />Serve lightly chilled: 12-14° C.<br />Grape Variety: Chardonnay; old espalier-trained vines. Location: Selected vineyards at an altitude of approx. 400-550 m a.s.l. A very dry site, medium-structure morainic<br />soils with a sand and gravel composition; the microclimate is cool, with striking contrasts between day and night time temperatures.<br /><br />Yielding: 49 hl/ha<br />Winemaking: Grapes are pressed without being destemmed; fermentation takes place in a combination of new and used oak barriques, where partially malolactic<br />fermentation also takes place. The wine refines on its fine lees for 10 months, and regular battonage is carried out. Further 6 months of bottle-aging before release.<br /><br />Analytical Data:<br />Alcohol 14% Vol<br />Total acidity 5,5 g/l<br />Residual sugar 1,0 g/l<br />
Price €80.80