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BRUNI 10 "MARTETO" MORELLINO
BRUNI 2010 "MARTETO" MORELLINODI SCANSANO
Item: #301211
Bottle Size:750ml
$17.95
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For the last dozen years or so, the Tuscan coast has been the hot spot for flashy new projects from Italy’s best houses and international stars—the Rocca di Frassinello wines also Read More...
included in this Vias feature are a great example.
The small region of Scansano at the Southern edge of the Tuscan Coast has been producing excellent Sangiovese wines for many years that show the extra richness and full fruit that has inspired so many new wineries in the region—look for black cherry, wild berries and a savory, smoky touch on the finish.
LA MOZZA 12 MORELLINO "PERAZ
LA MOZZA 2012 MORELLINO "PERAZZI
Item: #303570
Bottle Size:750ml
$15.98
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Mario Batali, Joe and Lidia Bastianich have partnered to create this wonderful Morellino di Scansano. The La Mozza Vineyard is near Scansano, a village in southern Tuscany, southwest Read More...
of Montalcino.Perazzi is named after the fruit trees that grow on the estate and bear a pear-like fruit, which is depicted on the label. In Tuscany, the Sangiovese grape is known by several names, from Chianti to Brunello to Morellino, depending on where it is grown. Morellino means "little blackish one" because of the dark color of the grape. In the hot Maremma zone, the grapes are exposed to a more Mediterranean climate with enough heat to tone down Sangiovese's signature acidity, producing juicier fruit and a jammy flavor. I Perazzi was created to be unlike most other Morellinos, which see little or no time in oak.
LA MOZZA 2009 ARAGONE
LA MOZZA 2009 ARAGONE
Item: #302874
Bottle Size:750ml
WA:92
$34.99
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La Mozza is a partnership between Joe Batianich and Mario Batali that sits in Morelino di Scansano—one of the warmest corners of the Tuscan Coast. There is a unique bit of history Read More...
on this part of the Tuscan Coast with a period of Spanish occupation. The darkly colored and rich clone of Grenache known locally as “Alicante” gives this blend a warmer, Rhône-like texture that melds seamlessly with the red raspberry from the Sangiovese.


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