Hats off to the Zonin family for being among the first to offer a Viognier from southern Tuscany. This shows the thick viscosity that is characteristic of the variety, with floral notes of violets and lemon blossoms. There’s a dusty touch of mineral or brimstone on the finish.
Although this wine is rather oak-driven, it makes a lasting impression on the palate thanks to its concentration and velvety presence in the mouth. Aromas are on the oaky side of oak with toasted nut, charcoal, vanilla and spicebox.
Here’s a rich and opulent organically grown red wine from Tuscany with lively aromas of black fruit, forest floor and Asian spice. The wine boasts thick concentration and chewy, soft tannins with sweet fruit flavors.
Ripe fruit notes of black cherry and raspberry are followed by chocolate and delicate spice. This 80-20 blend of Sangiovese and Merlot from Maremma, Tuscany is sharp and well-focused in the mouth with lingering tones of ripe fruit and a crisp berry finale.
Sangiovese (50%) is enhanced by equal parts Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon to deliver a richly concentrated and plump wine with good structure, fresh acidity and loads of black cherry.
A super Tuscan blend of Sangiovese, Merlot, Syrah and Alicante, this shows some of the cheerful, funky and lively characteristics that identify this wine with Maremma, Tuscany. This velvety effort offers notes of chocolate, blackberry, chewy cherry and tobacco.