Cabreo Igt 2010 – Il Borgo

Toscana, Tuscany, Italy- A Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon super-Tuscan blend, this wine shows rich, dense aromas of wild cherry and blackcurrant offset by notes of leather, herbs and vanilla. On the palate, it is velvety and complex, with ripe tannins repeated on the elegant finish. Ageing: the two varieties are then blended and aged in…

Badiola Igt 2010 – Mazzei

Our “entry level” wine, It is the final result of the selection of its two “big brothers”, Castello Fonterutoli and Fonterutoli. Appellation: Toscana IGT Winery location: Loc. Fonterutoli – Commune of Castellina in Chianti (SI) Grape varieties: 70% Sangiovese, 30% Merlot Alcohol: 13,23% vol. Total acidity: 5,30‰ Vineyards location: 5 different vineyard sites, altitude: 220 –…

Best Italian Wines Under $15 – 20 Affordable Italian Wines

Italian value wines are having a moment—and just in time for your spring sipping. Wine Enthusiast gives you the 20 best bottlings from various Italian appellations in vastly diverse styles. And they have one thing in common: They are all Best Buys. 91 Capanne Ricci 2010 Rosso di Montalcino. This Rosso boasts impressively intense and pure…

Mongrana Maramma Igt 2010 – Querciabella

#80 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2013 Varieties : Sangiovese ( 50%), Merlot (25 % ) ; Cabernet Sauvignon ( 25%). Viticulture : Biodynamic (since first planting , 1997). Average production: 130,000 bottles ( 10.833 cases ) . Appellation : IGT Maremma Toscana First vintage : 2005 Average alcohol content: 13.5 % vol . Ideal serving temperature…

Maremma Toscana Igt 2010 – Podere San Cristoforo

100% varietal Petit Verdot. The sparse bunches, constantly caressed by sea breezes, grow on the ochre-coloured gravel soils of Podere San Cristoforo, in the midst of olive trees and hundred year-old cork oaks. These elements yield a wine with rich fruit redolent of brushwood, whose straightforward vinification brings out all the characteristics of its terroir….