Mazzei, Vicoregio 36, 2018

475,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,4 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
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Castello di Fonterutoli

Castello di Fonterutoli, a renowned name in the world of wines, is situated in the heart of Chianti Classico. The winery's unique soil of Alberese and sandstone dissolution provides a complex, mineral core to the grapes. The grapes are handpicked from 114 different parcels, each contributing to the diversity in flavor and aroma of the wines. They are then turned into wine and aged separately in wood barrels, enhancing their bouquet and complexity. The winery's excellence is recognized globally, making it a reference point for Chianti Classico. It is not just wine that makes Fonterutoli outstanding, but also its production of Chianti Classico DOP Castello di Fonterutoli Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The oil is extraordinary in its refinement and personality, thanks to the blend of frantoio, leccino, noraiolo, and pendolino olives. The proprietary olive press, which operates in an oxygen-free environment, ensures the purity and quality of the oil. Still at Fonterutoli, Carla Mazzei is devoted to cultivating Lavender, the essence of which is used to create a line of cosmetic products carrying her name. This dedication to quality and diversity makes Fonterutoli a unique and cherished name in the world of wine and beyond.

Mazzei, Sangiovese, 2018

This Sangiovese offering from Mazzei is a testament to the rich wine heritage of Tuscany, Italy. Produced in 2018, it carries the full-bodied character typical of red wines, with an alcohol level of 13.5%.

The production process pays homage to traditional Italian winemaking methods. Grapes are handpicked at optimal ripeness to ensure a balance of flavors. They are then fermented and aged to perfection, resulting in a wine that is both complex and accessible.

The taste profile of this Sangiovese is a delightful exploration of Tuscany's terroir. On the palate, it offers a harmonious blend of flavors, evoking the sun-drenched vineyards from which the grapes are harvested.

The historical significance of Sangiovese in Italy, particularly in the region of Tuscany, adds to the allure of this wine. This grape variety has been grown in Italy for centuries and is deeply entwined with the country's wine narrative.

Whether you're a seasoned connoisseur or a casual enthusiast, this 2018 Sangiovese from Mazzei offers a unique opportunity to savor a piece of Italy's wine history.