Toscana

Tuscany is the most enduringly famous of all Italian wine regions, thanks to the romantic glamor of its endless rolling hills, cypress-lined country roads and hilltop villages. But even without all of this, evaluated on the merits of its wines alone, Tuscany stands tall, its reputation founded on such iconic wines as Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

Vignalunga Super Tuscan

Vignaluanga Wine is a complex wine, with an intensive aroma of cherries and a deep ruby colour.

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Zizzolo Bolgheri Super Tuscan

With bright ruby red color, and fruity aromas with notes of flowers and herbs. Fruity and fresh with round tannins and a delicious aftertaste. Preservation: 4-5 years, depending on the vintage.

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FEDERICO II “Chianti Riserva”

Leather, tilled soil, ripe dark-skinned berry, pressed violet and game aromas all take shape in the glass. The structured palate delivers black plum, clove, white pepper and grilled herb alongside firm tannins.

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GAUDENZIO “Chianti”

Delicate aromas of subtle herbs and oak. Balanced, ripe, smooth tannins. The palate is elegant and fresh with flavors of red berries, anise and plum on the finish.

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GAUDENZIO Chianti Riserva

A strong, medium bodied wine with cherry aromas and hints of nuttiness with firm dry tannins on the palate.

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PODERE LA VIGNA “Rosso di Montalcino”

Straightforward and juicy, this opens with aromas of leafy underbrush, wild berry and a whiff of oak while the brisk palate delivers raspberry, white pepper and espresso. Closegrained tannins leave a somewhat astringent finish.

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PODERE LA VIGNA “Brunello di Montalcino”

Delivers aromas of dark cherries and blackberries along with toast, spices, and hints of scorched earth. Full-bodied and well balanced with flavors of dark cherries, exotic spices, and balsamic notes which are backed by a round velvety texture leading up to the soft, polished finish.

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