Carpineto - Dogajolo - 2020 - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Carpineto - Dogajolo - Toscana IGT

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Ruby red, lively and very intense. The nose is expressed by hints of cherry, hints of coffee and hints of sweet spices. In the mouth it is full, soft and with an excellent structure.

Country:
Italy
Region:
tuscany
Appellation:
Toscana IGT
Producer:
Carpineto
Grapes/Blend:
Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese

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Carpineto - Winery Producing Incredible Chianti Wines.

The story of Carpineto winery began in 1967 by the joint efforts of Giovanni Carlo Sacchet and Antonio Mario Zaccheo. The...

Carpineto - Winery Producing Incredible Chianti Wines.

The story of Carpineto winery began in 1967 by the joint efforts of Giovanni Carlo Sacchet and Antonio Mario Zaccheo. The duo set a goal to make their Chianti Classico DOCG wines well-famous around the globe, and they did it. Over the years, they got numerous awards and recognitions by the wine critics for their flagship red wines. With the help of their families, Carlo and Mario kept the traditional winemaking methods alive, combined with innovative and state-of-the-art processes. Today, 95% of the wine production is red wines, along with the rest of the wines include luscious white, rose, dessert, and sparkling wines, all made under the Toscana IGT and Chianti DOCG statuses.

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Italy's most ancient wine region, Tuscany may not be a heavyweight in terms of quantity, but as the home of two of the country's most famous...
Italy's most ancient wine region, Tuscany may not be a heavyweight in terms of quantity, but as the home of two of the country's most famous fine wines – Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino – it certainly holds its own in terms of quality. Tuscany's climate ranges from Mediterranean on the coast to continental deep in the Apennines. More than two thirds of the province is covered with hills, an important terroir factor in its fine wines.
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Toscana IGT

Toscana IGT

Toscana IGT refers to wines not covered by the various DOC, DOCG or other IGT designations in the region of Tuscany. A producer may wish to label his...
Toscana IGT refers to wines not covered by the various DOC, DOCG or other IGT designations in the region of Tuscany. A producer may wish to label his red, white, rosé or frizzante wine from Tuscany as a Toscana IGT, although this designation does not carry as much weight as a specific DOC or DOCG labeling, as those wines are much more specific as to where the grapes were grown. Thus a Toscana IGT has only a vague meaning, being a wine from Tuscany; it could be quite simple or it could be rather complex.

Most versions are red and are made from Sangiovese; some are unoaked, while many receive oak aging. The principal red variety would be Sangiovese, the region’s most famous and widely planted variety. Wines made from Sangiovese offer red cherry fruit with red floral perfumes, good acidity and moderate tannins; lighter versions, ready to drink upon release, pair well with tomato-based soups and lighter pastas, while the more full-bodied examples work well with roasts, game and aged cheeses.
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