Lucumone is a delicious fresh and fruity wine produced from 100% Vermentino Bianco grapes.Read more
Montecarlo is a small, medieval town east of Lucca in Tuscany. It
was given one of the earliest DOC awards in 1969, but was
unusual at the time, as it was permitted to use both non local and
international grapes for both red and white wines. The dominant
local red variety is Sangiovese, but the DOC also allowed the use
of varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc
and Petit Verdot.
Fattoria del Teso can trace its origins back to 1255 when there was
a dispute between a Benedictine monastery and a local nobleman
about its ownership. The estate now consists of 15ha of vineyards.
One of the world's classic wines. Powerful with well defined, compact fruit on the palate and a silken finish.Read more
"Textbook Brunello; power and structure followed by a richness of texture and then a persistent, refined elegance to finish."Read more
A big muscular wine with dense fruit behind it and extreme length on the palate. A majestic wine.Read more
A big, firm wine with great structure and depth on the nose, followed by a mouth filling and velvety texture on the palate and a long, balanced finish.Read more
This wine is from a careful selection of the best parts of the vineyard and then partially barrique aged to give the wine an extra roundness and weight.Read more
A deliciously firm flavoured nose with touches of tobacco is balanced by a richly textured palate with berry fruit tones and a lingering finish.
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