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  • Una leggenda in bottiglia: storicamente il Monfortino ha attirato interesse a livello nazionale e fuori confine per tanti motivi, a partire dalla sua immensa qualità, incredibile longevità ed anzi continua evoluzione in bottiglia con il passare degli anni.

    Un prodotto amato e ricercato dagli intenditori, da chi vuol provarlo almeno una volta nella vita, dai collezionisti che non possono non averlo nella propria cantina e dagli investitori, storicamente attratti dalla sua capacità di incrementare il suo valore appena rilasciato sul mercato a fronte di una domanda che supera sempre e di gran lunga l’offerta di circa nove/diecimila bottiglie per annata utile.

    Il Monfortino è l’essenza delle Langhe e del Barolo, un classico intramontabile che è ormai parte dell’Olimpo vinicolo mondiale grazie alla sua strenua ricerca della perfezione passando attraverso un rigoroso rispetto della tradizione piemontese.

    Un mito iniziato nel 1924 quando fu utilizzato il termine “Monfortino” per la prima volta così da porre l’accento sulla provenienza dall’areale di Monforte d’Alba del Barolo Extra a suo tempo imbottigliato. E’ però dal 1978 che questo vino diventa completo a seguito dell’acquisizione dei quattordici ettari di Cascina Francia da parte dei Conterno e dell’impianto a Nebbiolo, lasciandosi ufficialmente alle spalle il meccanismo dell’acquisto da conferitori (che pur tanto successo aveva portato a questo vino) e lavorando esclusivamente uve proprie.

    Oggi le uve del Monfortino provengono generalmente dalle medesime parcelle di vigne con esposizione Sud/Sud-Ovest a 400/450 metri d’altezza. Gli impianti sono mediamente fitti con circa 4000 ceppi per ettaro e su ogni tralcio viene lasciato soltanto un grappolo per circa tre etti di peso.

    Le pratiche di cantina sono tradizionali, lunghe e complesse come tramandato da padre a figlio. Oggi se ne occupa Roberto Conterno, interprete della tradizione di famiglia a cui spetta il merito di mantenere sempre lucida l’armatura del Monfortino, capace di resistere a qualsiasi sfida il poliedrico mondo del vino è in grado di porre.

    Un vino per il quale sia il possesso che la degustazione rivestono un’accezione esperienziale ed elitaria, che ovviamente fa selezione ed inorgoglisce i fortunati protagonisti.

    Si ritiene che consumarla subito sarebbe quasi un crimine ma sicuramente vi è qualcuno disposto a correre il rischio; per tutti gli altri, si sappia che il Monfortino non ha mai fretta e migliora col passare degli anni, possibilmente tanti.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Una bottiglia storica che contraddistingue la cantina Conterno ormai da tanti anni, da quando, nel lontano 1974, vennero acquistati ed impiantati i 14 ettari di Cascina Francia nel comune di Serralunga d’Alba, 11 dei quali oggi dedicati a Barolo e Riserva Monfortino. Da quel momento ha inizio la storia dei Conterno coltivatori, proprietari terrieri ed imprenditori lungimiranti che hanno fatto la fortuna del Barolo nel mondo.

    Un vino iconico, ricercato, apprezzato a livello mondiale per la sua complessità ed ampiezza, spessore e trama nobile.

    Il cru di Serralunga è storicamente peculiare, genera vini austeri che hanno bisogno di tempo per smussare la propria potenza ma già che trasmettono una chiara eleganza e finezza legate ad un grandissimo equilibrio che solo mani sapienti ed esperte come quelle di Roberto Conterno permettono di garantire, vendemmia dopo vendemmia.

    La degustazione è un’esperienza emozionante che non si dimentica facilmente, già a partire dal comportamento del vino nel calice, protagonista di una danza che asseconda le rotondità del cristallo disegnando archetti dalla perfetta concavità.

    Al naso sprigiona da subito la sua ampiezza, spaziando da sentori di ciliegia a frutta rossa di bosco come il ribes, dal sottobosco alle foglie autunnali, dal pellame a note tostate che si accavallano ad una speziatura dolce.

    In bocca potente, immediato, verticale ma senza dubbio elegante ed affascinante, assolutamente fine e piacevolmente prolungato, con un finale che accompagna il degustatore ancora per tanto tempo.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • C’è un filo rosso che lega il vino alla vela. E’ quello di una sfida amichevole che Baffonero, il vino 100% Merlot di Rocca di Frassinello, ha lanciato a Masseto di Ornellaia per contendergli il titolo di Re dei Merlot. Una sfida che rievoca quella dell’America’s Cup 2021, quando Luna Rossa ha messo a dura prova New Zealand, lottando fino all’ultimo con tenacia.
    In onore di Luna Rossa e della passione che ha suscitato in tutti noi è stata creata un’edizione speciale dell’annata 2017 di Baffonero, prodotta in soli 500 esemplari da collezione, per rendere omaggio a quella Luna che ci ha fatto sognare durante l’America’s Cup 2021.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • È un Merlot in purezza, il Baffonero, mirabile esempio di come sappia esprimersi questo vitigno internazionale in terra Toscana. Muscoli e carattere non mancano a questo rosso rubino impenetrabile, dai profumi concentrati e intensi di mirtillo, mora e sventagliate di spezie, tra cui pepe nero, cannella e noce moscata. Gli aromi di bocca sono coerenti, ma se possibile ancora più esplosivi del naso, con una concentrazione tannica virile e una struttura imponente.

    Certamente non un vino per cuori deboli, che piace per tempra, potenza e lunghezza. E nulla di meno ci si sarebbe potuto aspettare da Rocca di Frassinello, un’azienda vitivinicola nata dall’alleanza di due giganti dell’enologia mondiale, Castellare di Castellina e Domaines Baron de Rothschild-Lafite. Anche il nome, Baffonero, esprime tutta la sua virilità e si riferisce all’omonima vigna allevata ai piedi della cantina progettata da Renzo Piano. Il vino fermenta in acciaio per maturare 14 mesi in piccole botti di rovere francese, più 12 mesi in bottiglia.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Etichetta di fama internazionale, Nova Domus è uno dei vini più conosciuti ed apprezzati di Cantina Terlano, fortemente legato (di nome e di fatto) al terroir tipico della zona di coltivazione e diventato espressione singolare della nobile tradizione dell’assemblaggio portata avanti ormai da anni, con grandissimo successo.
    Coltivati ad altezze variabili comprese tra i 330/350 metri sul livello del mare per Chardonnay e Sauvignon fino ai 500/600 del Pinot Bianco, i vigneti, con esposizione Sud/Sud-Ovest, presentano rese limitate a circa 42 quintali per ettaro ed insistono su porfidi quarziferi di origine vulcanica su cui poggiano terreni ricchi di scheletro ed argille, drenanti e poco nutritivi: tutti aspetti che si traducono in una elevata forza, mineralità e ricchezza nel bicchiere.
    Dopo un’attenta selezione manuale ed una pigiatura delicata a grappolo intero, le uve fermentano lentamente a temperatura controllata svolgendo malolattica parziale (Pinot Bianco e Chardonnay )per poi essere trasferite in legno dove sostano per 12 mesi sui propri lieviti per poi essere assemblate circa tre mesi prima di imbottigliare.
    L’annata 2018 è stata in parte estrema dal punto di vista climatico, con un inverno ed inizio di primavera rispettivamente nevoso e piovoso seguito da un periodo di temperature più miti intervallate da piogge vigorose fino al mese di Giugno. Un’estate torrida e secca ha anticipato l’arrivo di nuove piogge in Settembre, che hanno accompagnato una vendemmia iniziata il 22 Agosto con un risultato finale di ottima qualità.
    In degustazione il Nova Domus si presenta di colore giallo con leggere sfumature verdognole e con un bouquet olfattivo sfaccettato che spazia frutto della passione al melone, all’albicocca ed al mandarino, impreziosito da sentori erbacei riconducibili alla salvia ed alla menta, a note speziate di anice stellato ed da una vena iodata che richiama fortemente il sale marino.
    In bocca emerge una grande armonia grazie ad un bilanciamento vincente tra una prorompente mineralità ed acidità con un piacevole apporto glicerico e cremoso, prima di una chiusura persistente che anticipa un piacevole retrogusto minerale.
    Elegante, strutturato e complesso, Nova Domus è l’omaggio di Cantina Terlano al proprio territorio ed al Castello Casanova, la cui maestosa torre accoglie ed introduce ad un territorio culla di bianchi di qualità indiscutibile ed appeal internazionale, ancor più imperdibili nei grandi formati.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is a powerful, elegant and vigorous wine, as conceived by the founder of this wonderful business in Val d’Illasi, ancient and evocative territory that bears witness to the profound ties between humans and nature. We find this passion in Amarone Dal Forno Romano, a true meditative masterpiece.
    The grapes that bring this emblematic wine to life are Corvina, Rondinella, Oseleta and Croatina but only grapes harvested from vineyards that are at least ten years old are destined for the Amarone. This wine is also distinguished by how long the grapes are dried for – three months, double the usual duration for Valpolicella.  The result is a truly exciting explosion of power and elegance.

    The ruby colour that tends towards an intense an decisive deep purple portends character, as if to prepare one for an experience that will leave its mark… Complex aromatic notes surface in the nose, scents that evoke black cherries, blueberries, but also chocolate, coffee and tobacco. On the palate, the taste is extraordinary, confirming all of the olfactory sensations that have been anticipated – but it still astonishes with a final sumptuous and persistent finish that encompasses notes of truffles, tobacco and leather.

    A wine that will certainly draw attention to itself and be talked about.

    As reported on the additional label on the neck of the bottle, this wine is a special edition: despite being a vintage 2006, it was released by the producer in 2021; therefore it is aged in Romano dal Forno’s cellar for all the following 10 years after bottling. Such guarantee of quality represents a value for the producer and it is becoming a common practice of differentiation for many other renowned winemakers (Biondi Santi, Luciano Sandrone, etc ..). This philosophy is fully in line with the values of Winefully, which stands out precisely for the perfect conservation of the wine, therefore for the commitment to better support their future evolution.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is a powerful, elegant and vigorous wine, as conceived by the founder of this wonderful business in Val d’Illasi, ancient and evocative territory that bears witness to the profound ties between humans and nature. We find this passion in Amarone Dal Forno Romano, a true meditative masterpiece.
    The grapes that bring this emblematic wine to life are Corvina, Rondinella, Oseleta and Croatina but only grapes harvested from vineyards that are at least ten years old are destined for the Amarone. This wine is also distinguished by how long the grapes are dried for – three months, double the usual duration for Valpolicella.  The result is a truly exciting explosion of power and elegance.

    The ruby colour that tends towards an intense an decisive deep purple portends character, as if to prepare one for an experience that will leave its mark… Complex aromatic notes surface in the nose, scents that evoke black cherries, blueberries, but also chocolate, coffee and tobacco. On the palate, the taste is extraordinary, confirming all of the olfactory sensations that have been anticipated – but it still astonishes with a final sumptuous and persistent finish that encompasses notes of truffles, tobacco and leather.

    A wine that will certainly draw attention to itself and be talked about.

    As reported on the additional label on the neck of the bottle, this wine is a special edition: despite being a vintage 2008, it was released by the producer in 2021; therefore it is aged in Romano dal Forno’s cellar for all the following 8 years after bottling. Such guarantee of quality represents a value for the producer and it is becoming a common practice of differentiation for many other renowned winemakers (Biondi Santi, Luciano Sandrone, etc ..). This philosophy is fully in line with the values of Winefully, which stands out precisely for the perfect conservation of the wine, therefore for the commitment to better support their future evolution.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is a powerful, elegant and vigorous wine, as conceived by the founder of this wonderful business in Val d’Illasi, ancient and evocative territory that bears witness to the profound ties between humans and nature. We find this passion in Amarone Dal Forno Romano, a true meditative masterpiece.
    The grapes that bring this emblematic wine to life are Corvina, Rondinella, Oseleta and Croatina but only grapes harvested from vineyards that are at least ten years old are destined for the Amarone. This wine is also distinguished by how long the grapes are dried for – three months, double the usual duration for Valpolicella.  The result is a truly exciting explosion of power and elegance.

    Incredibly soft and “sugary”, this 2009 is almost reminiscent of a “Quintarelli style” amarone.
    The ruby colour that tends towards an intense an decisive deep purple portends character, as if to prepare one for an experience that will leave its mark… Complex aromatic notes surface in the nose, scents that evoke black cherries, blueberries, but also chocolate, coffee and tobacco. On the palate, the taste is extraordinary, confirming all of the olfactory sensations that have been anticipated – but it still astonishes with a final sumptuous and persistent finish that encompasses notes of truffles, tobacco and leather.

    A wine that will certainly draw attention to itself and be talked about.

    As reported on the additional label on the neck of the bottle, this wine is a special edition: despite being a vintage 2009, it was released by the producer in 2021; therefore it is aged in Romano dal Forno’s cellar for all the following 7 years after bottling. Such guarantee of quality represents a value for the producer and it is becoming a common practice of differentiation for many other renowned winemakers (Biondi Santi, Luciano Sandrone, etc ..). This philosophy is fully in line with the values of Winefully, which stands out precisely for the perfect conservation of the wine, therefore for the commitment to better support their future evolution.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • The tasting experience of Romano Dal Forno’s Valpolicella Superiore is a particular journey to discover a wine that surprises for its complexity, the result of the same rigorous processes that the winery itself implements to produce the most famous Amarone. It is surprising to find such an extraordinary wine starting from such a stringent specification but which is taken to extremes by the will of the producer.

    Soils of alluvial origin consisting mainly of gravel and partly also clay and silt are those on which the Dal Forno vineyards are located, at a variable altitude up to 350 meters above sea level. After a manual harvest extended over time and separated, which takes place between mid-September and the end of October, the best grapes are left to rest and dehydrate for 45 days before the cellar operations and then the long aging in two distinct phases.

    The greatness of this wine is already evident from the behavior in the glass: slow in movement, concentrated and very intense ruby, it releases a wide nose that ranges from red and black fruit in vanilla jam, to sweet spices and chocolate.

    A pleasure to hear him put to the test the taste buds, certainly entranced (and inebriated) by so much richness, such as to impress even the most rigorous international critics.
    As reported on the additional label on the neck of the bottle, this wine is a special edition: despite being a vintage 2007, it was released by the producer in 2021; therefore it is aged in Romano dal Forno’s cellar for all the following 12 years after bottling.
    Such guarantee of quality represents a value for the producer and it is becoming a common practice of differentiation for many other renowned winemakers (Biondi Santi, Luciano Sandrone, etc …). This philosophy is fully in line with Winefully’s values, which stands out precisely for the perfect conservation of the wine, therefore for the commitment to better support their future evolution.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • The tasting experience of Romano Dal Forno’s Valpolicella Superiore is a particular journey to discover a wine that surprises for its complexity, the result of the same rigorous processes that the winery itself implements to produce the most famous Amarone. It is surprising to find such an extraordinary wine starting from such a stringent specification but which is taken to extremes by the will of the producer.

    Soils of alluvial origin consisting mainly of gravel and partly also clay and silt are those on which the Dal Forno vineyards are located, at a variable altitude up to 350 meters above sea level. After a manual harvest extended over time and separated, which takes place between mid-September and the end of October, the best grapes are left to rest and dehydrate for 45 days before the cellar operations and then the long aging in two distinct phases.

    The greatness of this wine is already evident from the behavior in the glass: slow in movement, concentrated and very intense ruby, it releases a wide nose that ranges from red and black fruit in vanilla jam, to sweet spices and chocolate.

    A pleasure to hear him put to the test the taste buds, certainly entranced (and inebriated) by so much richness, such as to impress even the most rigorous international critics.
    As reported on the additional label on the neck of the bottle, this wine is a special edition: despite being a vintage 2009, it was released by the producer in 2021; therefore it is aged in Romano dal Forno’s cellar for all the following 10 years after bottling.
    Such guarantee of quality represents a value for the producer and it is becoming a common practice of differentiation for many other renowned winemakers (Biondi Santi, Luciano Sandrone, etc …). This philosophy is fully in line with Winefully’s values, which stands out precisely for the perfect conservation of the wine, therefore for the commitment to better support their future evolution.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • The tasting experience of Romano Dal Forno’s Valpolicella Superiore is a particular journey to discover a wine that surprises for its complexity, the result of the same rigorous processes that the winery itself implements to produce the most famous Amarone. It is surprising to find such an extraordinary wine starting from such a stringent specification but which is taken to extremes by the will of the producer.

    Soils of alluvial origin consisting mainly of gravel and partly also clay and silt are those on which the Dal Forno vineyards are located, at a variable altitude up to 350 meters above sea level. After a manual harvest extended over time and separated, which takes place between mid-September and the end of October, the best grapes are left to rest and dehydrate for 45 days before the cellar operations and then the long aging in two distinct phases.

    The greatness of this wine is already evident from the behavior in the glass: slow in movement, concentrated and very intense ruby, it releases a wide nose that ranges from red and black fruit in vanilla jam, to sweet spices and chocolate.

    A pleasure to hear him put to the test the taste buds, certainly entranced (and inebriated) by so much richness, such as to impress even the most rigorous international critics.
    As reported on the additional label on the neck of the bottle, this wine is a special edition: despite being a vintage 2008, it was released by the producer in 2021; therefore it is aged in Romano dal Forno’s cellar for all the following 11 years after bottling.
    Such guarantee of quality represents a value for the producer and it is becoming a common practice of differentiation for many other renowned winemakers (Biondi Santi, Luciano Sandrone, etc …). This philosophy is fully in line with Winefully’s values, which stands out precisely for the perfect conservation of the wine, therefore for the commitment to better support their future evolution.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • As noble as the origins of the Valentini family, who have been settled in Abruzzo since the seventeenth century and have contributed a number of prominent personalities to the local community, Trebbiano is one of the most important Italian whites, and was already awarded the title of best wine in Italy in 2011 for the 2007 vintage.

    The pinnacle of the expression of one of the most widely cultivated white grapes in central Italy, the Trebbiano di Valentini has deservedly become a legendary wine, one of those to be jealously kept in the cellar and passed on to future generations for wine education purposes. Historically cultivated for hundreds of years in the Aprutino area and by generations of the Valentini family that have followed one another over the centuries, it fully conveys the artisan philosophy of Francesco Paolo, whom we find at the helm of the company today. Manual harvesting, the exclusive use of the best grapes, spontaneous fermentation, indigenous yeasts, uncontrolled temperature, the absence of clarifications or filtrations: these are just some of the typical phases of what is behind this masterpiece, characterised by complexity, generosity and breadth, with a very long, acidic and savoury finish, confirming its great ageing potential.

    It contains verticality and momentum that translate into a majestic wine that is direct, powerful but also delicate in its complexity.

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  • Barbera is Giacomo Bologna and Giacomo Bologna is Barbera: he owes the fortune of the great winemaking company he created to this grape, brought to its maximum expression by the Bricco dell’Uccellone.

    A peculiar story the one of Uccellone: it was a derogatory nickname given to a woman who lived on a hill close to the vineyard of Rocchetta Tanaro, characterized by a bird’s beak nose and a dark, monotonous, black clothing: the nickname spread in the village and Giacomo Bologna, who was second to none in terms of sympathy and playfulness, took the inspiration back in 1982 to name his first Barbera Riserva aged in barrique, the first of a long successful series that changed the destiny of this grape nationwide and across the borders.

    Medium-textured soils with sand and clay able to deliver wines with an intense aromatic and gustatory spectrum: this is the terroir of Rocchetta Tanaro, close to Asti, where Braida’s vineyards are located at 160 meters above se alevel altitude facing South/South-West. It was Giacomo Bologna’s intuition the use of barriques to refine the Barbera, a first-time revolutionary experiment that completely changed this wine, enhancing its ageing potential.

    Of course, this is still a Barbera and it must be appreciated as such: a convivial, generous, affable and reliable wine which knows how to express itself in a broad an complex fashion for the most demanding taster, offering a wide spectrum of aromas ranging from red berries to sweet spices, to undergrowth and balsamic notes. It might recall other Piedmontese wines (and not only) for an austere, refined and classy behavior, but we find it hard not to think that, underneath it, there is still that“naughty”Barbera where all started. 2017 was not an easy year with very high temperatures in the summer following an unstable spring, with few frosts towards the end of April. Low yields but very high quality, the 2017 vintage is ready for to be collected.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Vin de la Neu is the result of the experimental project of Nicola Biasi, an internationally renowned oenologist who decided to stop working in third wineries after making many of them great and to concentrate on his own project which is certainly ambitious but also important from a scientific point of view.

    The choice of planting a “resistant” grape such as Johanniter at more than 800 meters above sea level, where the famous apples of the Val di Non are typically grown even though 150 years ago wine was already being made, itself encourages to deepen the project in detail. Beyond the choice of a grape resulting from a cross that today gives extraordinary results against cryptogams and fungal diseases, the very high density (16,600 plants per hectare), the sapling training system and the total absence of treatments in the vineyard are also of interest, with all the operations left to the manual skill of the man.

    The 2018 vintage had a classic trend, with a cold and snowy winter followed by an unstable spring with rainfalls; the summer then developed with a dry, warm and dry climate, interrupted by some rains at the end of August which accompanied the grapes to a natural late ripening and to harvest on October 8th. Following fermentation in barrique for about three weeks, the malolactic fermentation takes then place, with the wine then kept for almost a year in wood and then up to 14 months in the bottle before being released on the market.

    In tasting Vin de la Neu 2018 presents itself with an intense straw yellow color, bright and with a greenish nail, introducing an olfactory bouquet where citrus fruits are predominant together with hints of pineapple followed by herbaceous scents that recall hay and slight hints of white flowers. The sip is direct, vibrant and vertical, with a predominant acidity that cleans the mouth well and a high sapidity that closes the sip granting a prolonged persistence.

    Vin de la Neu is a wine that intrigues in a first place for the project behind it, for the research and the difficulty of realization but, once discovered, then passionates the taster and captures him definitely.

    Emblem of a new collaboration initiated by Winefully, it is offered in the classic format and exclusively for Italy in the rarest Magnum, respectively produced in only 491 and 30 units.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Vin de la Neu is the result of the experimental project of Nicola Biasi, an internationally renowned oenologist who decided to stop working in third wineries after making many of them great and to concentrate on his own project which is certainly ambitious but also important from a scientific point of view.

    The choice of planting a “resistant” grape such as Johanniter at more than 800 meters above sea level, where the famous apples of the Val di Non are typically grown even though 150 years ago wine was already being made, itself encourages to deepen the project in detail. Beyond the choice of a grape resulting from a cross that today gives extraordinary results against cryptogams and fungal diseases, the very high density (16,600 plants per hectare), the sapling training system and the total absence of treatments in the vineyard are also of interest, with all the operations left to the manual skill of the man.

    The 2018 vintage had a classic trend, with a cold and snowy winter followed by an unstable spring with rainfalls; the summer then developed with a dry, warm and dry climate, interrupted by some rains at the end of August which accompanied the grapes to a natural late ripening and to harvest on October 8th. Following fermentation in barrique for about three weeks, the malolactic fermentation takes then place, with the wine then kept for almost a year in wood and then up to 14 months in the bottle before being released on the market.

    In tasting Vin de la Neu 2018 presents itself with an intense straw yellow color, bright and with a greenish nail, introducing an olfactory bouquet where citrus fruits are predominant together with hints of pineapple followed by herbaceous scents that recall hay and slight hints of white flowers. The sip is direct, vibrant and vertical, with a predominant acidity that cleans the mouth well and a high sapidity that closes the sip granting a prolonged persistence.

    Vin de la Neu is a wine that intrigues in a first place for the project behind it, for the research and the difficulty of realization but, once discovered, then passionates the taster and captures him definitely.

    Emblem of a new collaboration initiated by Winefully, it is offered in the classic format and exclusively for Italy in the rarest Magnum, respectively produced in only 491 and 30 units.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Ampio delle Mortelle is the most representative wine of the estate that the Marquises Antinori started centuries ago outside of Castiglion della Pescaia, in the heart of the Maremma. Positioned within a spectacular landscape area squeezed between green hills and a beautiful stretch of Tyrrhenian coast, the estate watches the sinuous flow of the Bruna river and the Diaccia Botrona Natural Reserve on the edge of the Grosseto plain. It is an area where the French grapes chosen by Antinori have found a particularly favorable teroir to achieve qualitatively excellent yields: only the best grapes of Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc, manually selected in small boxes contribute to the creation of a wine that, although released for the first time ont in 2015, it has become a reference for the now vast supertuscan family.

    Indeed interesting is the practice of vinifying the grapes separately and aging them independently up to 18 months before blending and resting in bottle, a practice that is more and morw adopted to best express the monovarietals as if they were wines by their own, leaving the winemaker the honor (and the burden) of defining the final cuvée.

    Tasting the Ampio is an experience of sure pleasure: dark ruby ​​consistent in the glass, it inevitably opens wide on the nose with hints of black forest fruit alternated to fragrant flowers such as lavender, peppery spices and licorice, then tobacco, chocolate and a slightly mentholated finish. In the mouth it is velvety, seductive, with soft tannins, well-managed acidity and an already present softness, such as to perfectly balance the sip and anticipate a long and persistent finish.

    Yet another excellence by Antinori, certainly to be discovered, preferably to be owned.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

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