Antinori - Tenuta Guado al Tasso

Antinori - Tenuta Guado al Tasso

The viticultural history of the Antinori family dates back to 1385 and bears the name of Giovanni di Piero Antinori; today, after 26 generations, it is still a Piero Antinori who holds the role of honorary president of a company that now sees the involvement of his daughter Albiera as well, with the support of her sisters Allegra and Alessia. CEO since 2005 is the historic winemaker of the company who needs no introduction: Renzo Cotarella. There are countless successes and innovations promoted by the Antinori family during these 600 years, in full respect of the traditions and the territory. Few cases to name: Tignanello, the first Sangiovese to be aged in barrique and blended with international vines becoming the first “Supertuscan” (1971); Cervaro della Sala, one of the first whites to complete malolactic fermentation and age in barrique (1985). Both these wines still represent a bnchmark in their respective categories. It is also worth mentioning the well-known contribution of the Antinori family to those wines which no longer belong to the Antinori group which are a symbol of Italian enology in the world In fact, a central role in supporting Mario Incisa della Rocchetta to convert what was the family wine into the super noble Sassicaia was played by Piero Antinori; not to mention the Ornellaia and Masseto, projects promoted by Piero’s brother, Lodovico, and whose respective estates passed into the hands of the Mondavi family and later into those of Frescobaldi. We will certainly hear more about Lodovico with respect to his recent project at Biserno estate (Tenuta di Biserno).

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  • The Antinori family’s intention for the Matarocchio was for it to be the culmination of the expression of a pure Cabernet Franc Cru grown in the Bolgheri amphitheatre. This is a wine of great intensity, verticality, but it is also easily approachable, because it is endowed with grace, elegance and finesse.

    The young vineyard, owned by the family, dates to 2000 and extends for 6 hectares within the 320 vineyards of Tenuta Guado al Tasso. There is a certain discontinuity in the composition of the soil: from the typical stones of the area (in the style of the Tenuta San Guido) to clay, limestone and sand. The selection of the grapes is therefore often determined by the single parcel the soil that has enabled optimal ripening that year.

    Matarocchio was produced for the first time in 2007 and was the result of an experiment linked to a surplus of Cabernet Franc initially destined for the wine that gives the estate its name. In 2007, in fact, Cabernet Franc replaced Syrah in the Guado al Tasso blend for the first time.

    2018 is the eighth vintage produced: since it is a single variety from a single vineyard, in fact, this wine does not leave the oenologist much room to manoeuvre. He or she must therefore decide to produce it only in the vintages that guarantee its authenticity.

    The “sensual” Matarocchio, as Renzo Cotarella defines it, has a spicy soul that is peppery and with intense vibrations and it leans heavily on notes of blackberry and blueberry, accompanied by cocoa and coffee. A sensual pleasure with exceptional persistence and great ageing potential.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Sold Out

    Landlord of the so-called “Bolgheri amphitheater”, the Guado al Tasso estate of Antinori mostly hosts allochthonous vines that have made and continue to make this part of Maremma great. Born in 2002, Bruciato is quickly absorbed as the estate’s reference wine, enjoying today a popularity that easily crosses national borders.

    Its name refers to an episode of a few centuries ago, when some inhabitants of the area, who had been forbidden to hunt, set fire to a wood in protest and challenge to the lords of Bolgheri, the noble Della Gherardesca family, from which the Antinori then inherited the estate of Guado al Tasso.

    With a preponderance of Cabernet Sauvignon and progressively lower percentages of Merlot and Syrah, with small balances of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, the Bruciato pleases a heterogeneous public able to appreciate the Bolgheri terroir expressed with a touch of modernity.

    Vinified separately, the grapes underwent malolactic fermentation partly in stainless steel and partly in barrique and then joined in the blend provided for the vintage, then aging in wood for up to eight months.

    Il Bruciato presents itself to the taster with an intense and consistent ruby ​​red color, inebriates with flavours of small black fruits such as blueberry and blackberry and then opens up to tertiary notes that recall sweet spices and tobacco. In the mouth it is soft and pleasant, with medium tannin and a high freshness that brings the sip to a welcome balance, before a closure with a slight fruity return.

    Il Bruciato confirms itself as an elegant and seductive wine, capable of adapting well to many situations, casual and serious, alluring and able to amaze when needed, especially if proposed in large formats.

    AVAILABILITY: Out of stock

  • Landlord of the so-called “Bolgheri amphitheater”, the Guado al Tasso estate of Antinori mostly hosts allochthonous vines that have made and continue to make this part of Maremma great. Born in 2002, Bruciato is quickly absorbed as the estate’s reference wine, enjoying today a popularity that easily crosses national borders.

    Its name refers to an episode of a few centuries ago, when some inhabitants of the area, who had been forbidden to hunt, set fire to a wood in protest and challenge to the lords of Bolgheri, the noble Della Gherardesca family, from which the Antinori then inherited the estate of Guado al Tasso.

    With a preponderance of Cabernet Sauvignon and progressively lower percentages of Merlot and Syrah, with small balances of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, the Bruciato pleases a heterogeneous public able to appreciate the Bolgheri terroir expressed with a touch of modernity.

    Vinified separately, the grapes underwent malolactic fermentation partly in stainless steel and partly in barrique and then joined in the blend provided for the vintage, then aging in wood for up to eight months.

    Il Bruciato presents itself to the taster with an intense and consistent ruby ​​red color, inebriates with flavours of small black fruits such as blueberry and blackberry and then opens up to tertiary notes that recall sweet spices and tobacco. In the mouth it is soft and pleasant, with medium tannin and a high freshness that brings the sip to a welcome balance, before a closure with a slight fruity return.

    Il Bruciato confirms itself as an elegant and seductive wine, capable of adapting well to many situations, casual and serious, alluring and able to amaze when needed, especially if proposed in large formats.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Sold Out

    Landlord of the so-called “Bolgheri amphitheater”, the Guado al Tasso estate of Antinori mostly hosts allochthonous vines that have made and continue to make this part of Maremma great. Born in 2002, Bruciato is quickly absorbed as the estate’s reference wine, enjoying today a popularity that easily crosses national borders.

    Its name refers to an episode of a few centuries ago, when some inhabitants of the area, who had been forbidden to hunt, set fire to a wood in protest and challenge to the lords of Bolgheri, the noble Della Gherardesca family, from which the Antinori then inherited the estate of Guado al Tasso.

    With a preponderance of Cabernet Sauvignon and progressively lower percentages of Merlot and Syrah, with small balances of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, the Bruciato pleases a heterogeneous public able to appreciate the Bolgheri terroir expressed with a touch of modernity.

    The 2019 vintage is to be considered of good quality: the climatic trend saw a regular winter and a colder than average spring, followed by a warm and little rainy climate until September which allowed to ripen in optimal conditions, with harvest starting with Merlot (early September) and ending with Cabernet Sauvignon around the first week of October. Vinified separately, the grapes underwent malolactic fermentation partly in stainless steel and partly in barrique and then joined in the blend provided for the vintage, then aging in wood for up to eight months.

    Il Bruciato presents itself to the taster with an intense and consistent ruby ​​red color, inebriates with flavours of small black fruits such as blueberry and blackberry and then opens up to tertiary notes that recall sweet spices and tobacco. In the mouth it is soft and pleasant, with medium tannin and a high freshness that brings the sip to a welcome balance, before a closure with a slight fruity return.

    Il Bruciato confirms itself as an elegant and seductive wine, capable of adapting well to many situations, casual and serious, alluring and able to amaze when needed, especially if proposed in large formats.

    Sealed in its wooden box, the 6 liter version is as generous as exclusive… 5 unit produced only!

    AVAILABILITY: Out of stock

  • On the label of the Guado al Tasso, as well as on those of the other wines produced by the homonymous estate, the emblem of the Gherardesca stands out, a tribute to the family of Carlotta, mother of Piero Antinori and sister-in-law of Mario Incisa della Rocchetta (Tenuta San Guido), who inherited precisely this plot of land in the 1930s. Located at the foot of the “Bolgherese Amphitheatre”, it extends for about 1000 hectares, of which 320 are planted with vines at about 50 metres above sea level. Here the terroir consists of a plain with clay-rich and sandy soil overlooking the sea and surrounded by hills: sea breezes and large temperature fluctuations allow for the perfect ripening of the grapes and confer a pronounced fragrance to the wine.

    Guado al Tasso, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc (sometimes also Petit Verdot), has a relatively recent history, dating back to 1990, and whose denomination of origin – Bolgheri DOC – was first recognised only in 1994.

    Thanks to its complexity and elegance, the Guado al Tasso quickly gained an international reputation and stood out even in an area where there is no lack of high-end labels.

    At first sight Guado al Tasso shiows its intense ruby-red ​​colour and its incredible and varied bouquet of berries, accompanied by menthol notes.

    In the mouth it begins powerfully but with delicacy, with tannic support that consolidates an irresistible gustatory-olfactory complexity and accompanies it on an endless journey. Already amazing now, it will be even more so in a few years.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • On the label of the Guado al Tasso, as well as on those of the other wines produced by the homonymous estate, the emblem of the Gherardesca stands out, a tribute to the family of Carlotta, mother of Piero Antinori and sister-in-law of Mario Incisa della Rocchetta (Tenuta San Guido), who inherited precisely this plot of land in the 1930s. Located at the foot of the “Bolgherese Amphitheatre”, it extends for about 1000 hectares, of which 320 are planted with vines at about 50 metres above sea level. Here the terroir consists of a plain with clay-rich and sandy soil overlooking the sea and surrounded by hills: sea breezes and large temperature fluctuations allow for the perfect ripening of the grapes and confer a pronounced fragrance to the wine.

    Guado al Tasso, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc (sometimes also Petit Verdot), has a relatively recent history, dating back to 1990, and whose denomination of origin – Bolgheri DOC – was first recognised only in 1994.

    Thanks to its complexity and elegance, the Guado al Tasso quickly gained an international reputation and stood out even in an area where there is no lack of high-end labels.

    At first sight Guado al Tasso shows its intense ruby-red ​​colour and its incredible and varied bouquet of berries, accompanied by menthol notes.

    In the mouth it begins powerfully but with delicacy, with tannic support that consolidates an irresistible gustatory-olfactory complexity and accompanies it on an endless journey. Already amazing now, it will be even more so in a few years.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Sold Out

    On the label of the Guado al Tasso, as well as on those of the other wines produced by the homonymous estate, the emblem of the Gherardesca stands out, a tribute to the family of Carlotta, mother of Piero Antinori and sister-in-law of Mario Incisa della Rocchetta (Tenuta San Guido), who inherited precisely this plot of land in the 1930s. Located at the foot of the “Bolgherese Amphitheatre”, it extends for about 1000 hectares, of which 320 are planted with vines at about 50 metres above sea level. Here the terroir consists of a plain with clay-rich and sandy soil overlooking the sea and surrounded by hills: sea breezes and large temperature fluctuations allow for the perfect ripening of the grapes and confer a pronounced fragrance to the wine.

    Guado al Tasso, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc (sometimes also Petit Verdot), has a relatively recent history, dating back to 1990, and whose denomination of origin – Bolgheri DOC – was first recognised only in 1994.

    Thanks to its complexity and elegance, the Guado al Tasso quickly gained an international reputation and stood out even in an area where there is no lack of high-end labels.

    In the 2017 version, which is one of the most acclaimed by international critics, it confirms its intense ruby-red ​​colour and its incredible and varied bouquet of berries, accompanied by menthol notes.

    In the mouth it begins powerfully but with delicacy, with tannic support that consolidates an irresistible gustatory-olfactory complexity and accompanies it on an endless journey. Already amazing now, it will be even more so in a few years.

    AVAILABILITY: Out of stock

  • The Antinori family’s intention for the Matarocchio was for it to be the culmination of the expression of a pure Cabernet Franc Cru grown in the Bolgheri amphitheatre. This is a wine of great intensity, verticality, but it is also easily approachable, because it is endowed with grace, elegance and finesse.

    The young vineyard, owned by the family, dates to 2000 and extends for 6 hectares within the 320 vineyards of Tenuta Guado al Tasso. There is a certain discontinuity in the composition of the soil: from the typical stones of the area (in the style of the Tenuta San Guido) to clay, limestone and sand. The selection of the grapes is therefore often determined by the single parcel the soil that has enabled optimal ripening that year.

    Matarocchio was produced for the first time in 2007 and was the result of an experiment linked to a surplus of Cabernet Franc initially destined for the wine that gives the estate its name. In 2007, in fact, Cabernet Franc replaced Syrah in the Guado al Tasso blend for the first time.

    2016 is the seventh vintage produced: since it is a single variety from a single vineyard, in fact, this wine does not leave the oenologist much room to manoeuvre. He or she must therefore decide to produce it only in the vintages that guarantee its authenticity.

    The “sensual” Matarocchio, as Renzo Cotarella defines it, has a spicy soul that is peppery and with intense vibrations and in the 2016 version it leans heavily on notes of blackberry and blueberry, accompanied by cocoa and coffee. A sensual pleasure with exceptional persistence and great ageing potential.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Sold Out

    On the label of the Guado al Tasso, as well as on those of the other wines produced by the homonymous estate, the emblem of the Gherardesca stands out, a tribute to the family of Carlotta, mother of Piero Antinori and sister-in-law of Mario Incisa della Rocchetta (Tenuta San Guido), who inherited precisely this plot of land in the 1930s. Located at the foot of the “Bolgherese Amphitheatre”, it extends for about 1000 hectares, of which 320 are planted with vines at about 50 metres above sea level. Here the terroir consists of a plain with clay-rich and sandy soil overlooking the sea and surrounded by hills: sea breezes and large temperature fluctuations allow for the perfect ripening of the grapes and confer a pronounced fragrance to the wine.

    Guado al Tasso, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc (sometimes also Petit Verdot), has a relatively recent history, dating back to 1990, and whose denomination of origin – Bolgheri DOC – was first recognised only in 1994.

    Thanks to its complexity and elegance, the Guado al Tasso quickly gained an international reputation and stood out even in an area where there is no lack of high-end labels.

    In the 2017 version, which is one of the most acclaimed by international critics, it confirms its intense ruby-red ​​colour and its incredible and varied bouquet of berries, accompanied by menthol notes.

    In the mouth it begins powerfully but with delicacy, with tannic support that consolidates an irresistible gustatory-olfactory complexity and accompanies it on an endless journey. Already amazing now, it will be even more so in a few years.

    AVAILABILITY: Out of stock

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