Farnito, whose name derives from a type of oak in Tuscany called Farnia, was put on the market for the first time in 1987, following a long experimentation with international vines. Nowadays products in limited quantities are a valid alternative to wines with a denomination of controlled origin. Small and highly sought after high quality productions.
From the vineyard of our "Valcolomba" estate, set in the characteristic area of Maremma not far from the sea, this wine with its distinct character is born. Intense and complex in fruity and floral bouquet, with recognition of small red berries. Finish the spiciness drawn by the notes of vanilla, cloves and licorice. Dry, decidedly soft. Consistent with olfactory. The integration of alcohol and abundant tannins in its solid structure is very elegant. Long persistence.
Intense ruby red with violet reflections. The nose is ripe, with notes of dark fruit and fresh background in the finish; the plum pulp predominates along with hints of cherry, going with progression and balance towards notes of licorice and mint. The taste has readiness and availability, it...
Ruby red color with good intensity and richness in shades of color. Accented notes of tobacco and wet earth (but also earth dust) and hints of black currant, blackberry and licorice. On the palate it reflects a good tannins and consistency of medium soft tannins. Good consistency, structure...
Campo ai Sassi is a brilliant ruby-red colour. On the nose, the wine presents violet and small, red fruit notes enriched by a delicate white pepper nuance. In the mouth, elegant tannins balanced by a crisp acidic note ensure drinkability. The finish is long and persistent with a distinctive...
Ruby red tending to garnet. Notes of red berry fruit are wrapped in a light spiciness; the taste is warm, quite soft and very balanced. Full-bodied wine with moderately pronounced tannins and long taste-olfactory persistence.
In the 1920s, a student in Pisa, Mario Incisa della Rocchetta dreamed of creating a race wine. His ideal, as for the aristocracy of the time, was Bordeaux. So, after years, in 1968, Sassicaia was born, a blend of Cabernet sauvignon and Cabernet franc.
Sancta Catharina is an intense, complex wine, with complex aromas of raspberry, blackberry and hints of dark chocolate. Full bodied with velvety tannins and a long fruity finish, it brings together the ease of the Sangiovese grape with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
It is a wine with a wide olfactory impact, with notes of mint, mocha, plum and spices that follow one another and blend together in constant evolution. On the palate the texture of the tannins is extraordinarily dense and silky. A deep and long wine, of great elegance.
A medium intense nose of dark fruit, blackberries, some floral notes and a hint of spicy oak in the background. A light to medium rich body with a fine structure and balance. It is a very pleasant and drinkable wine.
Dark ruby color, it expresses incredible sensations of fullness and complexity with notes of small ripe red fruits that chase sensations of chocolate and balsamic flashes. Oreno is an enveloping wine, rich in structure but decidedly dynamic, embellished with nuances of new oak and of endless...
The color is intense red, with violet reflections; on the nose, notes of red fruit and sweet spices emerge which blend in perfect balance with the vanilla notes of the wood. The taste is round, harmonious, pleasant with a persistent finish and sweet tannins.
Nose that is characterized by notes of fresh fruit, cherry, berries, wild strawberries complexed by elegant notes of white pepper typical of Corvina. In the mouth the wine is sapid, light but with a long persistence and personality.
Casanova di Neri proudly produces the White Label Brunello since 1978. Our passion and love for the land and our own distinctive Sangiovese joined together to make a wine that stands out for elegance, finesse, high quality and long ageing potential.