This is one of the oldest wine estates in the world. They first cultivated grapes for wine-production as far back as the Renaissance and by 1700 their wines were widely appreciated. The estate produces traditional-style Vino Nobile from 15 hectares within the 170 hectare estate. The Mulinvecchio is their top wine, from a relatively high single vineyard it has a nose of crushed flowers, dried cherries and black tea. The palate has wonderful balance with sour cherries, grippy ripe tannin, complexity and length.
Ready 2020 - 2028
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