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POGGIO AL SOLE Primavera Rose , Tuscany 2013

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POGGIO AL SOLE Primavera Rose , Tuscany 2013

Primavera means spring in Italian, and Poggio Al Sole's Primavera rosé is the ideal wine for warm spring weather. Made entirely from Sangiovese, it is fresh, crisp and lively with delicate red cherry fruit finishing deliciously dry.
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Primavera means spring in Italian, and Poggio Al Sole's Primavera rosé is the ideal wine for warm spring weather. Made entirely from Sangiovese, it is fresh, crisp and lively with delicate red cherry fruit finishing deliciously dry.
  • Style: Sangiovese
  • Vintage: 2013
  • Region: Tuscany
  • Code: PALPR
  • Varietal: Sangiovese
  • Country: Italy

Region Tuscany

The picturesque region of Tuscany produces some of the greatest food wines in the world that offer a richness and complexity with Franceuit and savoury characters attributable to the noble Sangiovese grape variety. This 58,000 ha region is dominated by Sangiovese of various clones and classifications with the most famous being Chianti, Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, as well as the “Super Tuscans” usually based on Sangiovese with various amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Syrah in the blend. Tuscany enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate that provides ideal ripening conditions. Red wines dominate with 70% of production and 60% is of DOC or DOCG status. The complex and rich white wine Vernaccia di San Gimignano and the Vin Santo dessert wines made in the Passito, dried grape method are other specialties of the region.

Winery POGGIO AL SOLE

Poggio al Sole is a Tuscan wine producer in the Chianti Classico appellation located between Sienna and Florence. The 18 ha of vineyards are located at 320-400m altitude and carefully managed to produce low yields. Plantings are predominantly Sangiovese with Merlot, Cabernets and Syrah. In 1990 the vineyard was acquired by the Swiss family Davazs who have a long family history of winemaking. Son Johannes now runs the operation including the new modern winery. Poggio al Sole produces excellent Chianti Classico wines, an acclaimed “Super-Tuscans” Poggio al Sole IGT Syrah and a Bordeaux Blend as well as a fresh early drinking rosé.
ABN: 13 133 179 656
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