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"La Fonte" Chardonnay Toscana IGT: 100% Chardonnay grown in Maremma at the foot of Massa Marittima, La Fonte benefits from a soil rich in minerals as well as the mild Mediterranean climate. The grapes are vinified and aged in stainless steel. A brilliant straw yellow with green reflections, the wine has a well-balanced nose with notes of white peach and Rennet apple. These aromas find confirmation at first sip, as the palate profile is fruit-forward with a long finish.

Campaccio Toscana IGT: 70% Sangiovese and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. About 40% of the grapes come from the Chianti Classico property while 60% come from Maremma (Il Tesoro). The vineyards located in the Chianti Classico property faces southwest with an altitude of 650-850 feet above sea level. The calcareous soil dates back to the Cretaceous period, and the substrata composed of sand and clay. The vineyards located in the Il Tesoro property also face southwest but have an altitude of 1,150-1,300 feet above sea level. The soil in Il Tesoro is a clay loam or "red soil." The wine is aged 12 months in French oak barriques (300 liters) and 12 months in the bottle. The bouquet is ample, intense and elegant, with berry fruit, chocolate, and roasted almond notes that continue on the palate, sustained by superb structure and depth.

Campaccio Riserva Toscana IGT: 50% Sangiovese and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon. Exactly 50% of the grapes come from the Chianti Classico property while 50% come from Maremma (Il Tesoro). The vineyards located in the Chianti Classico property face southwest and have an altitude of 650-850 feet above sea level. The soil is calcareous dating back to the Cretaceous period, and the substrata is composed of sand and clay. The vineyards located in the Il Tesoro property also face southwest but have an altitude of 1,150-1,300 feet above sea level. The soil in Il Tesoro is a clay loam or "red soil." The Reserve spends 24 months in French oak barriques (300 liters) and 12 months in the bottle. Dark ruby with garnet hues, a superb nose, unbelievable richness, and complexity on the palate.

Ceppate Toscana IGT: 90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Merlot from a single vineyard covering 2.4 acres within the Maremma (Il Tesoro) property. The vineyard faces southwest and has an altitude of 660-820 feet above sea level. The soil in Il Tesoro is a clay loam or "red soil." Aged 24 months in French oak barriques (225 liters) and 12 months in the bottle. Remarkably ample bouquet of dark berries, chocolate, tobacco and spices confirmed on the rich, full, silky-textured palate and a long, finish.

Chianti Classico "Scassino" DOCG: 97% Sangiovese and 3% Canaiolo from the Chianti Classico property. The vines are 15-20 years old with some vines around eight years old. The vineyards face southwest and have an altitude of 650-1,650 feet above sea level. The soil is calcareous dating back to the Cretaceous period, and the substrata is composed of sand and clay. Aged ten months in Slavonian oak barrels (50 hl), followed by ten months of bottle aging before it is released. Brilliant ruby color with lively notes of raspberry, blueberry, and subtle iris.

Chianti Classico Riserva "Croce" DOCG: 97% Sangiovese and 3% Canaiolo from the Chianti Classico property. The vines are 15-20 years old with some vines around eight years old. The vineyards face southwest and have an altitude of 650-1,650 feet above sea level. The soil is calcareous dating back to the Cretaceous period, and the substrata is composed of sand and clay. The wine ages for 15 to 18 months in Slavonian oak barrels (50 hl), and finally an additional six months of bottle aging. Brilliant ruby red, and a bouquet of cherries, plums, vanilla, and licorice.

Il Tesoro Toscana IGT: 100% Merlot. The vines are 15-20 years old with some vines around eight years old. The vineyards located in the Il Tesoro property also face southwest but have an altitude of 650-850 feet above sea level. The soil in Il Tesoro is a clay loam or "red soil." The grapes are harvested in September-October and ferments in stainless steel. The wine is aged for 12 months in barriques of French and American oak, followed by an additional 12 months of bottle aging before release. Structured, concentrated; with a bouquet of blueberries, blackcurrant, chocolate, licorice, vanilla, tobacco and toasted almonds.

La Fonte "Quattro Stagioni" IGT: 95-90% Sangiovese and 5-10% Syrah, this wine is named after "the fountain" which was originally located in the vineyard. The vineyard comes from the Maremma (Il Tesoro) property and faces southwest at an altitude of 650-850 feet above sea level. The grapes come from two clones of Sangiovese grown on clay loam or "red soil." The vines are 15-20 years old with some vines around eight years old. The wine is aged 12 months in Slavonian oak barrels (50 hl), followed by ten months' bottle age before release. Lively ruby color, the bouquet is fruity and floral, while the palate confirms Sangiovese's seductive berry fruit and immediate appeal.

Piano Del Cipresso Toscana IGT : 100% Sangiovese from the Chianti Classico property and Maremma (Il Tesoro) properties. The vines are 15-20 years old with some vines around eight years old. The vineyards face southwest and have an altitude of 650-1,650 feet above sea level. The soil is calcareous dating back to the Cretaceous period, and the substrata is composed of sand and clay. The wine is aged 12 months in French oak barriques (300 liters) and 12 months in the bottle. The wine takes its name from the original vineyard, where an ancient cypress tree, cipresso, had grown. Brilliant ruby color, the bouquet recalls blackberries, blueberries, and pomegranate. Well-balanced.

Grappa "La Bomba": Made with different marcs from Terrabianca. Aged three months in cherry wood barrels. Slight straw yellow hues with hints of fruit and flower.