Antinori Santa Cristina 2008

Toscana - Indicazione Geografica Tipica Santa Cristina was originally introduced in 1946 as a Chianti Classico by Piero Antinori's father, Niccolò. However, with the passage of the 1984 DOCG laws - spearheaded by Piero Antinori- requiring lower vineyard yields, Chianti Classico grapes became so complex and rich that they required more...


Banfi Belnero Sangiovese

PRODUCTION AREA: Estate vineyards, in the southern hills of Montalcino. Altitude: from 170 to 230 meters above sea level. Position: Hillside. SOIL TYPE: Yellowish brown colour, topsoil tend to be clay, calcareous with abundant rounded stone. GRAPE VARIETIES: Almost exclusively Sangiovese TRELLISING SYSTEM: Cordone speronato (Spurred cordon). VINE DENSITY: 4.200 vines/ha....


Banfi Centine Rosso


Bolla Sangiovese


Caparzo Sangiovese

An excellent monovarietal sangiovese, early drinker and marked character, according to the best tradition of Caparzo. COLOUR: ruby red. BOUQUET: full and persistent, with hints of mulberry and raspberry. FLAVOUR: warm, dry, generous and well-balanced. FOOD COMBINATION: red meat, pasta with meat sauces, pulses soup, half-mature cheese. SERVING TEMPERATURE: 16 -...


Il Bastardo Sangiovese

The IL Bastardo winery is located in the Rufina area of Tuscany just 20 KM’s outside of Florence in the Sieve River Valley and considered the best area for Sangiovese grapes after the Classico” Region. Their consulting winemaker, Paolo Masi macerates the skin in stainless steel for 10 days creating a...


Leonetti Cellars Sangiovese 2013

As their vines age (now 3 years on average) they continue to hone their viticulture, including combing (yes, with a hair comb!) each individual cluster shortly after bloom to help promote looser clusters, creating more intense wines. They continue to believe they are making the finest Sangiovese outside of Tuscany and...