Bolgheri Superiore 'Ornellaia' by Tenuta Ornellaia, is a cuvee of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, faithful expression of a unique terroir that has always been in harmony with nature. Manual harvest with selection of the grapes. Aging in barriques for 18 months, assembling after the first 12 months and final stop in the bottle for a further 12 months. A myth.
'Sapaio' by Podere Sapaio is an excellent Bolgheri Rosso Superiore with great evolutionary potential that acquires personality over time. The name derives from the name of an ancient Tuscan vine, the Sapaia. From Cabernet Sauvignon 70%, 20% Petit Verdot and 10% Cabernet Franc, it makes 18 months of barrique and 1 year of glass before being put on the market. Excellent with land menu.
'Volpolo' by Podere Sapaio is a Bolgheri DOC and is made with from 70% cabernet sauvignon, 15% merlot and 15% petit verdot. Matured for 14 months in barrique and for the next 6 months in bottle. The name has a particular history: Volpolo derives from the name of an ancient Tuscan vine, the Volpola. Accompany well tasty land menus.
The Bolgheri DOC 'Il Bruciato', Tenuta Guado al Tasso, by Antinori is the younger brother of the Guado al Tasso, characterized by a modern and harmonious. It comes from the vineyards of the plant management is still focused on maximizing quality. Matured for at least 8 months in oak barrels and 4 months in the bottle: the result is a wine of great intensity and softness.
In Bolgheri Rosso DOC 'Stupore' by Campo alla Comete meet 4 different varieties of international vines, an absolutely excellent blend, symbol of the highest quality that can be found in the lands of Castagneto Carducci. Matured for 10 months between barriques and French oak tonneaux, an extremely pleasant Rosso comes out. Among the top of the denomination.
The Grattamacco Bolgheri Rosso by ColleMassari borns from a 10-hectare vineyard set at 100 meters above sea level and is left to ferment in tapered trunks of open trunks and steel tins. The ripening continues for about 10 months in barriques before a further aging in the bottle. A classic to enjoy every day.
The Bolgheri Rosso Superiore by ColleMassari is a great classic, one of the most important Bolgheri. It is born from a vineyard of 10 hectares set at 100 meters s.l.m. Aged 18 months in 1 ° barrique and 2nd pass follows a further aging in the bottle. Great stature, elegant and intense, fruity.
The Bolgheri DOC 'Cont'Ugo', Tenuta Guado al Tasso, by Antinori result of a careful selection of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc vinified in steel and then aged for a year in oak barrels. It 'a wine characterized by a' more vertical approach than usual, with a slight final acidic, and a 'harmonious and complex aromas.aromaticità.
'Sassicaia' Bolgheri DOC by Tenuta San Guido, comes from a vineyard of 75 hectares, especially with vines, with limestone formations and a high stony content, from which the place name "sassicaia". The aging process takes place in French oak barriques, for 24 months, with subsequent bottle stop. It is one of the most famous Italian wines in the world.
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'Piastraia' came up in the mind by Michele Satta in 1991. The assiduous care of the vineyard, the harvest by hand from the best parcels at the right time of maturation, the separate vinification of each variety in small oak vats, the aging in barriques for at least 18 months, and the average age of the vineyards, which is now over 20 years, give it the mention of Superiore. Excellent.
'Marianova' by Michele Satta is made as first experience of the second generation of Satta, a blend of equal parts of the best Syrah and Sangiovese grapes. From the Vignanova vineyard it is the first Bolgheri Superiore that does not have any Bordeaux grapes in the blend. Vinified in wooden barrels, fermentation in barriques aging for 18 months in 750 lt. amphorae. Only 600 bottles, a rarity
'Guidalberto' by Tenuta San Guido was born from the will to employ a grape used up to that point, Merlot and also from the desire to offer the consumer a product that could be appreciated younger than Sassicaia. In honor of Guidalberto della Gherardesca, pioneer of modern agriculture, also famous for the famous Avenue of Cipressi.