Tasting Notes: "Vallerana Alta" is the highest expressive summit of the Ciliegiolo Maremmano according to Antonio Camillo. The perfume initially opens with fruity hints of cherry and floral hints of violet violet, then introduces a white spice and mineral traces. In the mouth the sip is balanced and rich in body. The tannin is well managed, resulting in a silky and smooth profile. An excellent persistence.
Tasting Notes: Lobster pink with beautiful opalescence. Yeast deposit clearly visible at the bottom of the bottle. The nose opens with hints of yeast and bakery and then opens up to fruity aromas of cherry, wild strawberries, white currants and rose petals, and closes with a mineral note. The taste is dry with a very delicate but persistent bubble, fresh and savoury with good persistence.
Tasting Notes: Federico Staderini's "Cuna" is a wine which will surprise all Pinot Noir fans. It shows a luminous and almost transparent ruby red color. The bouquet expresses aromas of violet, small red fruits, hints of underbrush, aromatic herbs and delicate spicy nuances. The taste is smooth, with subtle tannins and a very fresh and persistent finish. The wine ages for 15-18 months in used barriques and is bottled without any filtration.
Tasting Notes: Donesco replaces "il Secondo" by Pacina. Spontaneously fermented in cement, it ages in cement and steel for 1 year before bottling. This is Pacina's easy-to-drink and immediate version of Sangiovese. Fresh, mouthwatering and gritty. An all-fruit of good acidity and alcohol with lots of juice.
Tasting Notes: Deep and intense ruby red color. Bouquet of small wild fruits, Mediterranean herbs, hints of spices and marine frames. Straightforward, vibrant, rich and characterful palate with a pleasant tannic texture.
Tasting Notes: Intense And Brilliant Golden Yellow Color. The Nose Smells Of Ripe White Fruits, Sweet Spices, Candied Orange Peel And Aromatic Herbs Typical Of The Characteristic Terroir. In The Mouth Notes Of Dried Apricot, Melon, Peach, Quince, Accompanied By Herbaceous Hints Of Laurel And Rosemary.
Tasting Notes: Pure Joy. 100% Pugnitello. Only 400 bottles produced per year. Ancient and noble vine saved from the disappearance caused by its poor productivity. Radiant bunches as small "punches", from which the name derives, grains of an intense violet, only three four bunches per plant that give very low yields. Very few bottles, a lot of effort.This Pugnitello is vinified with a maceration of 2 days on the skins before the beginning of fermentation which is carried out spontaneously and then with another maceration of 20 days after fermentation. Aging in barrique.
Tasting Notes: Very intense pink color tending to violet.
Hints of Mediterranean scrub, essences of small red fruits, floral hints, vegetable touches and brackish background. Fragrant, fresh and sapid taste, very drinkable and invigorating.
Tasting Notes: "Sempremai Sorte" is a red wine with a frank and genuine profile, with the ancient Etruscan taste of the good wine of the past and some deliberately rustic traits. It perfectly expresses the peculiar characteristics of the ancient autochthonous Abrostine variety, without modifying its truest and original aspect. The color is pretty dark ruby red. The nose has an intense bouquet, with aromas of soft spices, ripe red fruit and dark hints of humus and underbrush. On the palate denotes a slightly rough tannic structure, fruity aromas and lively final freshness.
Tasting Notes: This natural orange wine is deep, complex, mineral and so balanced you won't believe it! 9 months of skin contact give this wine body, tannins and texture without being heavy. Just elegant and precise! Aromas of flowers, dried fruit, sweet spices are just some of the aromas you will find in the glass.
Tasting Notes: Elegant orange wine that is perfect with food. Orange skin and blossoms, green tea and honey on the nose, medium bodied, with good freshness and very fine tannins on the palate. Long, floral finish.
Producer: Antonio Camillo Grape: Trebbiano, Malvasia, Ansonica Color: White Sparkling: - Vintage: 2019 Country: Italia Region: Toscana Subregion: Scansano Alcohol: 13% Aging in wood: No Soil: Clay Added S02: No
Tasting Notes: 1 L Bottle. Tutti i Giorni Bianco by Antonio Camillo is a white wine with great drinkability, fresh and simple, which as its name indicates is suitable for everyday use, precisely because of its direct and immediate structure. A handcrafted and authentic bottle that fully expresses the territory of the Tuscan Maremma, ideal to open in company and that finds its favorite space in convivial contexts and sharing, bringing to the table a corner of Tuscany more uncontaminated.
Producer: Antonio Camillo Grape: Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo, Alicante Color: Red Sparkling: - Vintage: 2019 Country: Italia Region: Toscana Subregion: Scansano Alcohol: 13% Aging in wood: No Soil: Clay Added S02: No
Tasting Notes: 1 L Bottle. "Tutti i Giorni" Rosso by Antonio Camillo is the daily wine that one would always like to have on the table. A bottle with a generous drink that puts cheerfulness and good humor from the first sip and that finds its ideal location in a convivial and fun environment. A label made of simplicity and passion, which tells the story of the unspoiled nature of the wild Tuscan Maremma through its native grape varieties, ennobled by the hand of an expert winemaker.