At Tuscany’s southwest edge, due south of Arezzo, lies the Montepulciano region, where Torcalvano is located. At 300 meters in elevation, the soil at Torcalvano is rich in clay, and slightly skeletal. High vine density, low average yields and later October harvests combine to produce grapes with concentration, complexity and a mature, balanced ripeness. The wine is fermented at a controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks and undergoes maceration on the skins to give it a rich color. It is matured in traditional large oak casks and in bottle before release.
Tasting Panel2013 vintage
Wine Spectator2014 vintage
Aromas and flavors of minerals and cherry lead to a long finish.
Pairs well with meats, poultry and game.
points of distinction
- A classic Vino Nobile, 100% Sangiovese
- Matured 20 months in oak, 6 months in bottle before release
- Ample acidity makes Vino Nobile versatile with food.
about the grape +
Sangiovese has aromas of black cherries with alluring wood, smoke, tar and herbal notes. The best wines made from this grape have incredible complexity, depth, finesse and power.
A pristine estate in Montepulciano, with 48 acres of vineyards for production of Vino Nobile.