Tuscan Wine

Tuscany is a picture postcard region of rolling hills dotted with hilltop towns and liberally scattered with vineyards and olive groves, and a history of winemaking going back over 2000 years. The Mediterranean climate is warm and sunny, and much of the region's vineyards sitting at altitudes of between 150-500m above sea level, contributing to the classic freshness of the wines. Red wines reign supreme with the likes of Chianti and Brunello produced predominantly from the Sangiovese grape, and the famed Super-Tuscans defying the DOC(G) laws with all manner of international varieties.

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  • Poggio San Polo Rosso di Montalcino 2015, Tuscany

    Some think Rosso is bargain Brunello. Your glass will be bursting with lingering floral notes and red cherry. And, what's more, it's made under the watchful eye of consultant winemaker Nicola Biasi and his team. Nicola was brought in especially to build on Poggio San Polo's established quality and reputation. Read More.

  • Fossacolle Brunello di Montalcino 2013, Tuscany

    Fossacolle has produced an excellent set of new releases. At the top of the list is the 2013 Brunello di Montalcino, which exhibits a spectacular level of inner balance and positive energy. There is a level of aromatic happiness or brightness here that denotes carefully ripened Sangiovese grapes. In other words, you can taste that the fruit has not been stressed by adverse weather conditions. The 2013 vintage is indeed harmonious across the board, and this wine demonstrates that fact. Monica Larner, Wine Advocate Read More.


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