Toscana I.G.T.

T his risk-rewarding wine is for bullish producers only. In fact in 2014 Grifi was not produced due to adverse climate conditions. An incredible blend where Sangiovese’s freshness perfectly merges with the Cabernet Sauvignon’s backbone. Another fine example of a great blend for ageing.
The assembly of two late varieties during a particular Tuscan vintage gives character to this wine. On the nose, the wine reveals notes of blueberries, blackberries, incense, medicinal herbs and sandalwood. With hints of blackberry jam and cinnamon, on the palate it develops like a balsamic explosion supported by a strong acidity. The lively tannin on the whole palate accompanies the savory and persistent finish.

49,58% Sangiovese, 50,42% Cabernet Sauvignon.


Between the end of August and mid September.


Separate fermentation for the two varieties in stainless steel tanks with the use of indigenous yeasts. Alcoholic fermentation and maceration on the skins lasted up to 20 days, depending on the wine lots. The malolactic fermentation was completed in wooden casks.


18 months in oak wood of which 85% French barriques (225 lt) and 15% large Slavonian cask (only for Sangiovese)


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