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Tenuta San Guido

Tenuta San Guido Le Difese Toscana IGT 2022 750ml

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Tenuta San Guido

Sassicaia is arguably Italy’s most famous bottle of wine, and its maker, Tenuta San Guido, is Italian wine aristocracy. Sassicaia and its Super-Tuscan... revolution changed the face of Italian wine — and it catapulted Tenuta San Guido into the highest echelon of wine producers. Today, Marchese Nicolò Incisa della Rocchetta continues in his father’s footsteps even as he prepares to hand over San Guido estate to his son, Sebastian Rosa. Over the years, Tenuta San Guido expanded its vineyards to encompass 190 acres, planted to Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, and the estate expanded its lineup to include “second” wine Guidalberto and entry-level Le Difese. Debuting with the 2000 vintage, Guidalberto holds fast to its ideal of accessibility upon release, but over the years, it has grown more refined, polished, and elegant. Le Difese, debuting with the 2003 vintage, does the work of the estate's "everyday" wine, but when Tenuta San Guido makes it, the “everyday” wine is still a reason to celebrate. Tenuta San Guido’s outstanding Guidalberto and Le Difese bottlings add even more luster to Italy’s premier Super-Tuscan estate.
$39.95Pre-Arrival
Tenuta San Guido

Tenuta San Guido Guidalberto Toscana IGT 2022 750ml

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About Tenuta San Guido

Sassicaia is arguably Italy’s most famous bottle of wine, and its maker, Tenuta San Guido, is Italian wine aristocracy. Sassicaia and its Super-Tuscan... revolution changed the face of Italian wine — and it catapulted Tenuta San Guido into the highest echelon of wine producers. Today, Marchese Nicolò Incisa della Rocchetta continues in his father’s footsteps even as he prepares to hand over San Guido estate to his son, Sebastian Rosa. Over the years, Tenuta San Guido expanded its vineyards to encompass 190 acres, planted to Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, and the estate expanded its lineup to include “second” wine Guidalberto and entry-level Le Difese. Debuting with the 2000 vintage, Guidalberto holds fast to its ideal of accessibility upon release, but over the years, it has grown more refined, polished, and elegant. Le Difese, debuting with the 2003 vintage, does the work of the estate's "everyday" wine, but when Tenuta San Guido makes it, the “everyday” wine is still a reason to celebrate. Tenuta San Guido’s outstanding Guidalberto and Le Difese bottlings add even more luster to Italy’s premier Super-Tuscan estate.
$69.00Pre-Arrival
Podere Le Boncie

Podere Le Boncie Le Trame Rosso di Toscana IGT 2019 750ml

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About Podere Le Boncie

Podere Le Boncie might be the very definition of a boutique winery. This organic estate is tiny, a little less than ten acres situated in the hills near... San Felice in the southern part of the Chianti Classico zone. It’s wholly organic, planted to obscure clones of indigenous Tuscan grapes. Helmed by owner-winemaker Giovanna Morganti, a woman dedicated to crafting miniscule quantities of her otherworldly Tuscan wines, Le Boncie makes only three wines: Le Trame, or “the intrigues”; and Cinque, for the five grape varietals the estate grows; and Chiesamonti, a cru wine from a vineyard of the same name. When Giovanna’s grandfather gave her a small farm of olive groves in the 1980s, she chose to put her enologist training to use. Giovanna chose to plant her traditional Tuscan grapes super densely, ensuring that the yields would be naturally low, and she chose to rely on organic and biodynamic methods so that her wines would be pure, unmediated expressions of her unique terroir. Giovanna even ferments her wine in open-topped vats because she wants to honor the age-old Tuscan winemaking traditions. The resulting wines have amassed a cult following, and Giovanna sits among Italy’s finest makers of natural wines.
$69.00Pre-Arrival
Podere Le Boncie

Podere Le Boncie Le Trame Rosso di Toscana IGT 2020 750ml

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About Podere Le Boncie

Podere Le Boncie might be the very definition of a boutique winery. This organic estate is tiny, a little less than ten acres situated in the hills near... San Felice in the southern part of the Chianti Classico zone. It’s wholly organic, planted to obscure clones of indigenous Tuscan grapes. Helmed by owner-winemaker Giovanna Morganti, a woman dedicated to crafting miniscule quantities of her otherworldly Tuscan wines, Le Boncie makes only three wines: Le Trame, or “the intrigues”; and Cinque, for the five grape varietals the estate grows; and Chiesamonti, a cru wine from a vineyard of the same name. When Giovanna’s grandfather gave her a small farm of olive groves in the 1980s, she chose to put her enologist training to use. Giovanna chose to plant her traditional Tuscan grapes super densely, ensuring that the yields would be naturally low, and she chose to rely on organic and biodynamic methods so that her wines would be pure, unmediated expressions of her unique terroir. Giovanna even ferments her wine in open-topped vats because she wants to honor the age-old Tuscan winemaking traditions. The resulting wines have amassed a cult following, and Giovanna sits among Italy’s finest makers of natural wines.
$69.00Pre-Arrival
Premiata Fattoria Castelvecchi

Premiata Fattoria Castelvecchi Solana IGP Toscana 2015 750ml

Premiata Fattoria Castelvecchi Solana IGP Toscana The wine that got me interest in Castelvecchi to begin with, the Solana is an opulent, light footed blend of Sangiovese, Merlot with a touch of... Syrah. A major crowd pleaser, this wine boasts round notes of leather, dark red fruits, fresh soil, warm spices and a touch of elegant smokiness. An amazing achievement for the money.
$79.99In Stock
Marchesi Antinori

Marchesi Antinori Ampio delle Mortelle Toscana IGT 2016 750ml

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About Marchesi Antinori Le Mortelle

Located on the Maremma Coast near the family's Guado al Tasso estate in Bolgheri, Le Mortelle was once part of a larger estate called La... Badiola, created in the nineteenth century when the Duchy drained the marshy areas around Grosseto. The Antinori family purchased Le Mortelle in 1999, and the estate’s name, which comes from the region’s plentiful wild myrrh, signals the family’s green commitment. Le Mortelle isn’t merely certified organic — it also sports a state-of-the-art cellar facility constructed with natural materials and erected under the earth. Built into the side of a hill, Le Mortelle’s cantina is barely visible, but its three-story structure allows for gravity to move the wine from pressing to fermentation to aging barrels, which reduces energy and treats the wine with tender loving care. Le Mortelle occupies almost 670 acres, with 420 acres under vine, and it boasts a variety of soils that range from sandy and loamy with clay and silica to rocky, pebbly, and mineral-rich. While Le Mortelle’s range of wines is small, the impact is great, and it’s only a matter of time before this Antinori estate achieves the renown it deserves.
$189.00In Stock
Marchesi Antinori Le Mortelle

Marchesi Antinori Ampio delle Mortelle Toscana IGT 2018 750ml

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About Marchesi Antinori Le Mortelle

Located on the Maremma Coast near the family's Guado al Tasso estate in Bolgheri, Le Mortelle was once part of a larger estate called La... Badiola, created in the nineteenth century when the Duchy drained the marshy areas around Grosseto. The Antinori family purchased Le Mortelle in 1999, and the estate’s name, which comes from the region’s plentiful wild myrrh, signals the family’s green commitment. Le Mortelle isn’t merely certified organic — it also sports a state-of-the-art cellar facility constructed with natural materials and erected under the earth. Built into the side of a hill, Le Mortelle’s cantina is barely visible, but its three-story structure allows for gravity to move the wine from pressing to fermentation to aging barrels, which reduces energy and treats the wine with tender loving care. Le Mortelle occupies almost 670 acres, with 420 acres under vine, and it boasts a variety of soils that range from sandy and loamy with clay and silica to rocky, pebbly, and mineral-rich. While Le Mortelle’s range of wines is small, the impact is great, and it’s only a matter of time before this Antinori estate achieves the renown it deserves.
$199.00In Stock
Montevertine

Montevertine Rosso Toscana IGT 2020 1.5L

AVG94

About Montevertine

Just under 50 acres located in and around the rolling hills of Radda in the Chianti Classico region, Montevertine has made a powerful impact on the global... wine landscape with its cult mono-varietal bottling, Le Pergole Torte, but even more than that glowing achievement, Montevertine has exerted a kind of gravitational pull over the entire Chianti region because of its staunch adherence to traditional indigenous grapes, especially Sangiovese. Founder Sergio Manetti wasn’t looking to shift the Tuscan winemaking landscape when he bought the lands that would become Montevertine in 1967, but he planted about five acres of Sangiovese, made some wine for friends, and sent a couple of bottles off to Vinitaly as a lark. The wine was a hit, and Montevertine was born. Today, Montevertine, helmed by Sergio’s son, Martino, spans nine organically tended vineyard parcels, with the majority planted to Sangiovese, and it crafts three wines. Montevertine’s position has shifted from new guard to vanguard, and wine-lovers around the globe await every new release with bated breath.
$199.00Pre-Arrival
Montevertine

Montevertine Le Pergole Torte Toscana IGT 2019 750ml

AVG96

About Montevertine

Just under 50 acres located in and around the rolling hills of Radda in the Chianti Classico region, Montevertine has made a powerful impact on the global... wine landscape with its cult mono-varietal bottling, Le Pergole Torte, but even more than that glowing achievement, Montevertine has exerted a kind of gravitational pull over the entire Chianti region because of its staunch adherence to traditional indigenous grapes, especially Sangiovese. Founder Sergio Manetti wasn’t looking to shift the Tuscan winemaking landscape when he bought the lands that would become Montevertine in 1967, but he planted about five acres of Sangiovese, made some wine for friends, and sent a couple of bottles off to Vinitaly as a lark. The wine was a hit, and Montevertine was born. Today, Montevertine, helmed by Sergio’s son, Martino, spans nine organically tended vineyard parcels, with the majority planted to Sangiovese, and it crafts three wines. Montevertine’s position has shifted from new guard to vanguard, and wine-lovers around the globe await every new release with bated breath.
$319.00Pre-Arrival
Montevertine

Montevertine Le Pergole Torte Toscana IGT 2020 750ml

AVG96

About Montevertine

Just under 50 acres located in and around the rolling hills of Radda in the Chianti Classico region, Montevertine has made a powerful impact on the global... wine landscape with its cult mono-varietal bottling, Le Pergole Torte, but even more than that glowing achievement, Montevertine has exerted a kind of gravitational pull over the entire Chianti region because of its staunch adherence to traditional indigenous grapes, especially Sangiovese. Founder Sergio Manetti wasn’t looking to shift the Tuscan winemaking landscape when he bought the lands that would become Montevertine in 1967, but he planted about five acres of Sangiovese, made some wine for friends, and sent a couple of bottles off to Vinitaly as a lark. The wine was a hit, and Montevertine was born. Today, Montevertine, helmed by Sergio’s son, Martino, spans nine organically tended vineyard parcels, with the majority planted to Sangiovese, and it crafts three wines. Montevertine’s position has shifted from new guard to vanguard, and wine-lovers around the globe await every new release with bated breath.
$329.00In Stock
Montevertine

Montevertine Le Pergole Torte Toscana IGT 2020 1.5L

AVG96

About Montevertine

Just under 50 acres located in and around the rolling hills of Radda in the Chianti Classico region, Montevertine has made a powerful impact on the global... wine landscape with its cult mono-varietal bottling, Le Pergole Torte, but even more than that glowing achievement, Montevertine has exerted a kind of gravitational pull over the entire Chianti region because of its staunch adherence to traditional indigenous grapes, especially Sangiovese. Founder Sergio Manetti wasn’t looking to shift the Tuscan winemaking landscape when he bought the lands that would become Montevertine in 1967, but he planted about five acres of Sangiovese, made some wine for friends, and sent a couple of bottles off to Vinitaly as a lark. The wine was a hit, and Montevertine was born. Today, Montevertine, helmed by Sergio’s son, Martino, spans nine organically tended vineyard parcels, with the majority planted to Sangiovese, and it crafts three wines. Montevertine’s position has shifted from new guard to vanguard, and wine-lovers around the globe await every new release with bated breath.
$529.00In Stock
Marchesi Antinori Tenuta Tignanello

Marchesi Antinori Tignanello Toscana IGT 2020 3L

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About Marchesi Antinori Tenuta Tignanello

The Antinori family’s Tenuta Tignanello is a gently hilly property located between that the family has owned since the 1800s. This... 321-acre Tuscan estate gets its name — Tignanello — from its most famous vineyard, but its vines grow the grapes for multiple wines. When Piero Antinori was searching to add his own voice to the Super-Tuscan revolution in the late 1960s, he turned to Giacomo Tachis, the consulting winemaker behind Sangiovese, as well as Ornellaia. Piero wanted to make wines that reflected his family’s Tuscan heritage, and in 1971, Tignanello, a blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet, and Cabernet Franc, was born. Sporting marly, limestone-rich soils that show remnants of the Pliocene Period when the region was covered in an ocean, Tenuta Tignanello enjoys sunny days, cool nights, and a gentle breeze, ideal conditions for wines that sing with a true Tuscan voice.
$799.00In Stock
Montevertine

Montevertine Le Pergole Torte Toscana IGT 2020 3L

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About Montevertine

Just under 50 acres located in and around the rolling hills of Radda in the Chianti Classico region, Montevertine has made a powerful impact on the global... wine landscape with its cult mono-varietal bottling, Le Pergole Torte, but even more than that glowing achievement, Montevertine has exerted a kind of gravitational pull over the entire Chianti region because of its staunch adherence to traditional indigenous grapes, especially Sangiovese. Founder Sergio Manetti wasn’t looking to shift the Tuscan winemaking landscape when he bought the lands that would become Montevertine in 1967, but he planted about five acres of Sangiovese, made some wine for friends, and sent a couple of bottles off to Vinitaly as a lark. The wine was a hit, and Montevertine was born. Today, Montevertine, helmed by Sergio’s son, Martino, spans nine organically tended vineyard parcels, with the majority planted to Sangiovese, and it crafts three wines. Montevertine’s position has shifted from new guard to vanguard, and wine-lovers around the globe await every new release with bated breath.
$1,299.00In Stock