Bordeaux or Burgundy or more simply international. Some grape varieties we are used to calling them that, but perhaps, tasting some wines, it would be worth changing the appellation. Try tasting the (rare, very rare) labels we offer today. One comes from Pisano, is a red pulled in just 700 magnum bottles and is made from cabernet franc with a balance of cabernet sauvignon. Grapes that take us to Bordeaux with our minds, but aromas and flavors plunge us back into a true, Mediterranean Tuscany.
The other is a pinot noir, but instead of Beaune we are in Modigliana, in our opinion one of the Grand Crus of Romagna, where sangiovese reigns. In this case, however, the terroir comes out in all its integrity even with the great Burgundy grape, you can feel the Apennine climate, the freshness of the altitude and the savoriness of the soils. Both are authentic wines, they strongly mark their connection with the land, they are produced with great respect for the environment and with work of high and precious craftsmanship.
Rare Wines. Cabernet and pinot noir in Tuscany and Romagna.
selected by Gambero Rosso