The flavours obtained in the vineyard are then preserved in the winery. The must is chilled immediately and fermented at 13°-14°C rather than the higher fermentation temperatures (18-20°C) prevalent in Italy. The wine remains in stainless steel tank until bottling, sees no oak and...
This is an intense Sicilian red with bags of flavour. Plum and black currant on the nose, with a rich and complex palate, the finish is velvety and harmonious. This would be best matched with grilled meats and cheeses.
Villa Cardini are expert at unlocking regional flavours, this Sangiovese, the indigenous Italian grape famous for its Tuscan wines, from Puligia the emerging Southern Italian region is full of red cherry fruits, great with Italian cuisine and cheeses.
Grape Varieties: 90% Merlot, 10% Pinot Noir. ABV: 10%
Bright pale rosé colour, with a persistent foam and a fine-grained perlage. Delicate but distinctive on the nose, it has great finesse and displays intense notes of ripe wild berries. Well balanced and harmonious on the palate, with a...
Produced in Montalcino, at 250m above sea level, this blend of Sangiovese and Colorino is a characterful expression of Tuscan wine. The soil is a medium mixture with remarkable skeletal presence adding excellent minerality to the vivid youthful red fruited flavours.
Gavi del Comune di Gavi is created entirely from Cortese grapes harvested from within the commune of Gavi and forms a crisp and refreshing white wine with broard structure. Aromas of ripe apples and apricots are noticeable, with a touch of lemon.
The Pinot Grigio grapes that make up this wine are grown on guyot systems. Located in the municipality of Montagna, the vines are from half way up to high hills between 350 - 750 metres. The soil is deep and rich with a high content of clay and limestone, which comes from the surrounding mountain...
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