|Name of the Wine
Valdarno di Sopra Sangiovese Doc
|Average Age the Vines
80 years – planted on 1935
278 metres a.s.l.
|Number of vines per ha
|Spacing of Rows
3mt. x 0,5mt.
|Produzione per ha
Soft and long maceration for one month
In big barrel for two years
|Bottle aging prior to release
Intense ruby red with garnet hints
Blackcurrant, sour cherry, leather, tobacco, cacao bean
Silky and velvety tannins. Intensity and complexity complete a savoury finish
|Suggested Serving Temperature
Aged cheeses, wild game
Vigna dell’Impero 2013
Tuscan Sangiovese wine arises with a long, gentle maceration of about a month aimed at exalting all the noble components of the grapes, picked at the perfect phenolic maturity in order to exult the particular qualities of this Tuscan Sangiovese wine: this is why Vigna dell’Impero is a unique wine.
|Wine Advocade||93 / 100|
|James Suckling||97 / 100|
|Vinous||94 / 100|
|Gambero Rosso||Tre bicchieri|
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Morellino di Scansano gets its name from the particular type of Sangiovese found in Maremma and the most important area Scansano, found in the province of Grosseto, where the wine comes from. Soft, young and fruity, it is loved by wine drinkers and wine lovers alike.
"Black and red cherry essence, red licorice and soaked blueberries." James Suckling 89/100
|James Suckling||89 / 100|
The soul of the silent volcano, unexpected and incandescent, giving life to perpetual movement, and the name of our wine. A force of nature that is irrepressible and seductive, and an expression of a unique terroir.
|Wine Advocate||93 / 100|
|James Suckling||92 / 100|
|Falstaff||91 / 100|
|Vinous||90 / 100|
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|James Suckling||90 / 100|
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