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Vines: produced mainly from Grenache, Ciliegiolo and Syrah grapes.
Appearance: Pink cherry.
Aroma: Strong aroma with fruity and floral nuances.
Taste: Warm and fruity with pleasant acidity.
Pairings: This wine is nicely paired with appetizers such as cold cuts and cheeses however, it can most definitely be poured throughout the entire meal because of its freshness.
VINES: Produced mainly from Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco and Petit Manseng. APPEARANCE: Straw yellow with greenish reflections. AROMA: Fruity with hints of golden apple and white flowers. TASTE: Warm, soft, savory and fruity. PAIRINGS: Traditionally, white is a fish wine, however we also recommend it with dishes like Florentine tripe or “lamprey”. It is also an excellent wine paired with pasta with vegetables richly seasoned with herbs.
Vines: Produced mainly from Sangiovese and Syrah grapes
Appearance: Ruby red, dense and consistent
Aroma: Intense and persistent with fruity floral notes and a hint of spice
Taste: Warm, soft and fruity with soft tannins and pleasant acidity.
Pairings: It is a wine that is well suited for both first and second courses. It pairs well with rich lasagna and grilled meat and roasts. The tannins react with the succulence of the meat, while the alcohol and acidity cleanse your palate from the fatty flavor.
Vines: Produced mainly from Sangiovese, Canaoilo, Colorino and Merlot.
Appearance: Ruby red with good consistency and purple reflections.
Aroma: Intense and persistent with Fruity, winey and floral nuances.
Taste: This wine is soft with a lively freshness of pleasant tannins.
Pairings: Suitable for all dishes. It matches very well with many appetizers thanks to an interesting olfactory appearance with well- marked fruity and floral scents. For example Tuscan crostini with pate or salami and cheese would be a perfect combination. It pairs best with tasty meat sauces such as amatriciana or carbonara for the first course and with roasted meats such as roast beef for second courses.