Always a solid value contender, Toscolo really nailed it in 2004. This wine is clean and ripe, with familiar raspberry and strawberry aromas. It’s not heavy at all; in fact, it’s light, bright and clear, with pure cherry and raspberry flavors that are sure to please. A pizza wine to the max.
Here is a fragrant and well-balanced Chianti Classico with aromas of black fruit, spice, leather and tobacco. The wine also boasts a dark concentrated color and a thick, chewy finish. Pair it with beef or veal.
The first riserva under the Toscolo label, it boasts dark, earthy aromas capped off by a hint of citrus peel and followedby textbook Chianti flavors of sour cherries, earth and tobacco. Smoke and cocoa notes grace the finish. Contains 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Merlot.
The bouquet blends darker notes of mocha and chocolate with red-fruit aromas. The palate is fine and crisp, with no added weight whatsoever. Acidity is its calling card, so labeling it lean and precise would be accurate. For some, however, its freshness could be construed as gritty and closed.
Smoky and savory on the nose, with saucy fruit sitting below a veil of firm oak. Runs a bit tart and racy in the mouth, where cherry and plum flavors are boosted by blazing natural acidity. Not a sour wine, but definitely crisp and racy.
Chewy fruit and cherry opens the luscious nose of this affordable Chianti. The wine offers an easygoing personality with smooth texture and fresh fruit notes that would undoubtedly pair with most pasta dishes.
Here is a very refreshing and fragrant Vernaccia that boasts thick layers of yellow flower, stone fruit, honey and a touch of creamy vanilla. The density and texture feels smooth and rich on the palate.
This Chianti Classico Riserva offers an interesting nose that is characterized by drying mineral tones of talc power or chalk as well as softer layers of milky white chocolate or cherry cream.