Poggio Badiola 2015, Marchesi MazzeiIGT Toscana, Italy
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Poggio Badiola 2015, Marchesi Mazzei IGT Toscana, Italy
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Fresh cranberry, cherry and redcurrant aromas with added subtle spice from old oak barrel ageing. This ageing has made the tannins from the Sangiovese wonderfully soft and further mellowed by 30% of ripe rounded Merlot in the blend. This has a polished silky quality less typical than what you expect from the region
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The Mazzei family have been in the wine industry for almost six hundred years. Today brothers Filippo and Francesco run the family wine estate, under the guidance of their father Lapo. The family has always had a real focus on quality, and much of their viticulture practice is sustainable and bio-dynamic. Under the past two generations the Mazzei estate has embraced new technologies to protect the environment (ie. they generate their own energy), and has also expanded by buying wineries in the two of the most promising areas in Italy: Maremma and southeastern Sicily.
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