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The estate, 265 hectares among woods, vines and olive trees, enjoys a mild microclimate, the ideal condition for wine production: the hectares under vineyards are currently 105, with a major presence of the king of the Tuscan vines, Sangiovese, intended mainly for the production of Chianti Classico, and even international varieties, such as Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Chardonnay, used for IGT Toscana winesFind out more
Tusany is the heart and soul of winemaking in Italy. The ancient Chianti Classico lands which are blessed with a mild microclimate and beautiful landscape and are ideal for winegrowing. The vineyards, which grow in soils containing either clay, calcreous marl, blush marl, tuff, sandstone or sand, are planted in the hilly areas to the left of the Arbia river.Find out more
A Merlot Miracle from the icon of Tuscany: VALLEPICCIOLA
Type of soil: Limestone and clay with presence of galestro and alberese.
Harvest: Third decade of september, grapes coming in prevalence from Quercegrosse vineyard, 2.72 hectares facing south-west Vinification: Alcoholic fermentation and maceration in concrete vats for 20-25 days under controlled temperature; malolactic fermentation in French oak barriques (30% new ones)
Aging: In barriques for 12-14 months approximately
Bottle aging: 6-8 months
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