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"Pinocchio" Rosso d'Italia

"Pinocchio" Rosso d'Italia.
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'Pinocchio' Rosso d'Italia, Piccini 1882
'Pinocchio' Rosso d'Italia, Piccini 1882 AUX 1
Piccini 1882
Vintage: NV
Location: Italy
115
£ 14.90 £ 11.70 -21%
Format 0.75 l. (£ 15.60/lt.)
cod. S6544
Italian Red wine

What: From a careful selection of grapes from three regions
Why: For its freshness and 'fruitiness
Perfect with: Perfect as an aperitif, Neapolitan pizza or Apulian focaccia

Marketed by: Svinando Wine Club via G. Cane 47bis-50 12055 Diano d'Alba (CN) - Italy.
"Pinocchio" Rosso d'Italia
Piccini 1882
Vintage: NV
Location: Italy

97

Luca Maroni


£ 14.90 £ 11.70 -21%
Format 0.75 l. (£ 15.60/lt.)
cod. S6544
Italian Red wine

What: From a careful selection of grapes from three regions
Why: For its freshness and 'fruitiness
Perfect with: Perfect as an aperitif, Neapolitan pizza or Apulian focaccia

Marketed by: Svinando Wine Club via G. Cane 47bis-50 12055 Diano d'Alba (CN) - Italy.
Technical Data Sheet
CHARACTERISTICS
  • TypeItalian red wine
  • Location Italy
  • Grapes Sangiovese Toscana, Sangiovese di Romagna, Negroamaro
  • Sensations Intense red colour. Citrusy and spicy aromas, with bright flashes of aromatic herbs embellishing the background. The bouquet recalls notes of strawberries, blackberries and wild berries, accompanied by an enchanting floral vein. The sip surprises with its harmony and freshness, giving an enveloping and intriguing finish.
  • Vinification After the harvest, the grapes receive a soft pressing. The must undergoes a short maceration on the skins, which enhances the ripe red fruit profile.
  • Alcoholic strength 13% vol
  • Allergens Contains sulphites
TASTING RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Tips Store in a cool place, away from light, bottle lying down. Refrigerate no more than 24 hours before serving. Open 5 minutes before serving
  • Serving temperature 16 grades
  • GlassBordeaux
  • When to drink it in 2 years
  • Pairing Aperitif, Pizza, Meat menu
PRODUCTION NOTES
  • Italy

  • Imbottigliato: SP27, 53031 Casole d'Elsa, Il Piano SI

Awarded
  • Luca Maroni 97
    "Pinocchio" Rosso d'Italia
  • What is presented here is not the 'usual' Tuscan red wine, despite being produced by one of the best-known companies in the area. Pinocchio, in fact, is more simply defined as 'a red wine of Italy'. But let us proceed with order. This red is the result of a careful selection of grapes from no less than three different regions: Tuscany, of course, Emilia-Romagna and Puglia. An intriguing blend of Sangiovese di Toscana, Sangiovese di Romagna and Negroamaro grapes. These are vinified using the carbonic maceration method to enhance the freshness and 'fruitiness' of the wine. The result? Simply surprising. In the glass Pinocchio is a beautiful, intense and lively ruby red colour. The nose offers a rich and varied bouquet, with notes of citrus fruits, spices and aromatic herbs. Hints of strawberries, blackberries and wild berries can then be perceived. In the mouth, however, Pinocchio is dry, harmonious and pleasant, with a good structure and fresh acidity. The finish is long and enveloping, with a slightly bitter note. A versatile and convivial wine, this Italian red is suitable for various drinking occasions. Perfect as an aperitif, it simply accompanies tasty dishes such as Neapolitan pizza or Apulian focaccia. But also cold meats and fresh cheeses.

    They rightly call themselves 'The Italian wine family'. After all, what is now a huge enterprise that revolves around the work of 7 wineries, in Tuscany but not only, and that is able to put millions of bottles of wine on the market every year, originates from a single small plot of land in Poggibonsi. It was purchased in 1882 by Angiolo Piccini who founded his own company with his wife, Maria Teresa Totti. From that small plot, 7 hectares in all, the first Chianti straw flasks were produced. The rest is history, work and commitment. Today, Mario Piccini, the fourth generation of the family, runs the company. With him are his sisters Martina and Elisa and his children Ginevra, Benedetta and Michelangelo, all personally involved in the company's activities. Five of the family's seven estates are cultivated according to organic farming principles.

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