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Pietraregia Morellino Riserva is a smooth, stylish wine that was launched with the 2006 harvest. Multi-layered, complex, and firmly structured, it has proved impressive for its overall elegance and for ...
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Spicy and mineral notes lead to fruity aromas such as bilberry and red currant with a nice nose finish of balsamic notes. Round body, light acidic note well with powerful, soft, structured and balanced ...
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The Poggio Valente vineyard - planted with four different clones of Sangiovese - represents Elisabetta Geppetti’s commitment to the Sangiovese grape. A small amount of Merlot is blended to add body ...
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The Poggio Valente vineyard - planted with four different clones of Sangiovese - represents Elisabetta Geppetti’s commitment to the Sangiovese grape. A small amount of Merlot is blended to add body ...
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The Poggio Valente vineyard - planted with four different clones of Sangiovese - represents Elisabetta Geppetti’s commitment to the Sangiovese grape. A small amount of Merlot is blended to add body ...
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On the nose, Heba possesses fragrant aromas of red berries. It is fresh and expressive on the palate, with fruity flavors of red and black berries. Well-balanced and structured with smooth, sweet tannins ...
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The Poggio Valente vineyard - planted with four different clones of Sangiovese - represents Elisabetta Geppetti’s commitment to the Sangiovese grape. A small amount of Merlot is blended to add body ...
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The local name for the Sangiovese grape, the word Morellino is believed to take its name from the color of the Maremma horse known as ”morello,” (brown) that were once used to pull carriages ...
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Superbly rich ruby-red appearance. Supple, medium-bodied and fragrant, Classic Maremma red characteristics on the nose, with crisp fruit fragrances melding beautifully with fruity aromas of cherry and plum ...
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The Riserva is the wine that started Fattoria Le Pupille’s business, being the first wine that was made by the young winery. Made even before the creation of the DOC Morellino (created in 1978), the ...
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Juicy dark fruit mingles with spice and licorice on the palate. The bright, ripe cherry and soft texture makes this a natural match with fresh Mediterranean flavors and dishes. I Perazzi, the foundation ...
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Grapes are grown on 18 hectares (44 acres) of vineyards planted at a density of 3,000- 6,000 vines per hectare, 100 meters (328 feet) above sea level. The soil is mainly sandstone, with some skeletal components.
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