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saturday 15 july

Italian Wines in the World: Tommasi's Le Fornaci, Lugana DOC 2016

We tasted for you Tommasi's Lugana Doc 2016 Le Fornaci


Italian Wines in the World: Tommasi's Le Fornaci, Lugana DOC 2016
Le Fornaci, Lugana DOC 2016, Tommasi

Wine: white

Year: 2016
Price: 12 € (VAT included) 
Annual production: 35,000 bottles
Designation: DOC
Aging: 5 months in stainless steel tanks
Grapes: 100% Turbiana

In this light straw-yellow wine the unmistakable tropical flavors of passion fruit accompanied by Kaiser pear and Golden apple emerge; moreover, floral notes of jasmine and helichrysum corroborate the nose and stimulate to drink it.
Taste perceptions are characterized by an immediate softness, enlivened by a clear freshness of the sip.
We paired it with a delicate cream of zucchini soup.

TOMMASI 
The Tommasi family has been involved in the production of wine for over 100 years, ever since, in 1902, Giacomo Battista Tommasi bought a little vineyard in Valpolicella Classica. During this entire period, through four generations, the family has always directly managed this activity with innovative decisions, while maintaining the fundamental respect, understanding and love for tradition and for the territory unaltered.
Attention for changes, respect for the environment and quality of the product have been the three driving principles leading the Tommasi family to become a leader in Italian wines. Tommasi means the strength of the Family.


via Ronchetto, 4
37029 Pedemonte - Verona
T. +39 045 7701266
@ wine@tommasi.com

www.tommasi.com
Italian Wines in the World: Tommasi's Le Fornaci, Lugana DOC 2016

Tommasi family


Lorena Lancia

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saturday 01 july

Italian Wines in the World: Rosa Bruna, Brut 2011 Quality Sparkling Wine

We tasted for you Cecchetto's Rosa Bruna, Brut 2011 Quality Sparkling Wine


Italian Wines in the World: Rosa Bruna, Brut 2011 Quality Sparkling Wine
Rosa Bruna, Brut 2011 Quality Sparkling Wine

Wine: sparkling rosè
Year: 2011
Price: 12,00 Euro
Annual production: 3.000 bottles
Aging: 12 hours maceration, aging in bottle.
Grapes: Raboso Piave 100%

It has a lobster-colored robe this Raboso del Piave that expressed itself with sweet tenderness fruity tones of strawberry, Sanguinella orange and pomegranate made more vivacious by the floral presence of rose petals.
The fruity start anticipates the intriguing freshness accompanied by mineral hints and finds the same notes sensations perceived by the olfactory organ.
We wanted to taste it with salmon fillets canapé.

Lorena Lancia 

Az. Agr. CECCHETTO GIORGIO
Giorgio Cecchetto was born and raised in a family of farmers with long experience in vine growing in the Piave area where the Piave Raboso variety has been grown for over 500 years, at short distance from the renowned Conegliano oenological school: these factors have marked his life. He started to grow vines and make wine following his father’s example, but in 1986 he felt he needed to move away from that track and had to face a new challenge. The family business had to grow bigger, and Giorgio wanted Raboso, a wine that is a landmark in his region, to be known and appreciated outside the boundaries of its area of origin. Such important legacy must be protected and handed over undamaged to future generations, and such awareness urges him to respect the soil, water and plants of this land through the careful use of pruning techniques and low-input treatments.



AG. AGR. CECCHETTO GIORGIO 
VIA PIAVE 67, TEZZE DI PIAVE (TV)
info@rabosopiave.com
Lorena Lancia

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wednesday 14 june

Maternigo Valpolicella Superiore Doc

We tasted for you Tedeschi's Maternigo Valpolicella Superiore Doc


Maternigo Valpolicella Superiore Doc

Maternigo


In the extraordinary landscape of Valpolicella wine production, Tedeschi winery historically plays a very important role and its wines are the best evidence of the incredible quality of this denomination. Tedeschi represents one of the most historic wineries in the Italian production whose roots date back to the far 1630. Today, the winery is in the hands of three brothers, Antonietta, Sabrina and Riccardo, who are a perfect mix of different skills and attitudes. They best demonstrate which leading position can reach a family company when each component is able to ensure excellent professionalism in the role he/she covers.

Maternigo
In 2006, the family Tedeschi, historically set in the Classical area of Valpolicella (Pedemonte), purchased Maternigo (meaning "mother's land"), a property located in the eastern area of the denomination, between the municipality of Tregnago and Mezzane di Sotto.
This choice was certainly not random for Tedeschi: it is the result of years of agronomic and geopedologycal research to identify an area with a high wine-production tradition and particularly suitable for the exaltation of the peculiar characteristics of Valpolicella vines, primarily Corvina.
Here, since 2008, 31 hectares have been planted in an area lying between 290 and 480 metres above sea level, with south-east and south-west exposure and soils predominantly calcareous of loamy mold.
From the vineyard characterized by the greater slope (it is no coincidence that it was called Impervio) a cru of Valpolicella Superiore was born, the Maternigo, which in our opinion is one of the most successful of this type. 
Tasting

Wine: red 
Year: 2014
Price (ex winery): 12,20 euro
Annual production (bottles): up to 20.000 
Aging: overripe grapes on the plant around mid/end October. Maturation in 20/25 hl Slavonian oak casks for 14 months. Bottling and bottle aging for 6 months. 
Designation: DOC
Grapes (%): 40% Corvina, 30% Corvinone, 30% Rondinella

We tasted the Maternigo 2014. It really won us over and in our opinion it represents one of the best Valpolicella Superiore wines, that we tasted in these last years because it is capable of combining an excellent structure with an enviable freshness and drinkability, fleeing those excessive power that too often drift away from elegance and drinkability.
Like all the vineyards of Maternigo also Impervio, located at 400 m above sea level, is conducted in an absolute biological regimen and it is characterized by a soil where both white and yellow marls are present and are known to be ideal for the production of elegant wines and especially of incredible freshness.
The wine is the result of a blend of Corvina (40%), Corvinone (30%) and Rondinella (30%). Harvest takes place in late October after a over-maturation of grapes. The aging is 14 months in Slavonian oak barrels and then it remains for another 6 months in the bottle.
The wine has an elegant flavor of red fruits of the forest, currants above all, but also the typical feeling of cherry and marasca. There are also spicy notes of cloves and vanilla. All in a mineral texture that lets your nose perceive the freshness you find in your mouth. In the mouth, in fact, you get the sensations of freshness, excellent balance and a final of great persistence thanks to those red fruit sensations that come back to you.
We tasted it with an excellent "Fiorentina" and we made an amazing figure with our friends.


www.tedeschiwines.com






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saturday 10 june

Italian Wines in the World: Paeanca's Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene docg

We tasted for you Paeanca's Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene doc extra dry


Italian Wines in the World: Paeanca's Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene docg
Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene docg extra dry 

Wine: White
Year: 2016
Price: 7 €
Yearly production (bottles): 24000
Designation: Docg Conegliano Valdobbiadene
Ageing: Autoclave for 3 months
Grapes (%): Glera 100%

It is very important to explain to the world that there are different types of Prosecco, that is not true that they are all similar, that every terroir influences the wine in different ways.
All this considerations came to our minds tasting the excellent Paeanca Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene extra dry.
Paeanca (which name derives from the Venetian dialect form of "palanca", an ancient copper coin) is a small company specialized in the production of Prosecco of high quality set in the heart of docg in San Pietro di Feletto (Treviso).
A few hectares on the hill to produce tens of thousands of bottles, this is the "qualitative recipe" by Alessandro Collodel, a young and passionate producer in the historic area of Prosecco, who has carried out a very important and original project in the productive panorama of this denomination for some years. This is a project that wants to emphasize the peculiarities of this wine and its deep relation with its historical area of production. At the same time opening the wine cellar to public and wine enthusiasts (the structure of the wine cellar was conceived from the beginning for an adequate and elegant welcome).
We liked very much this extra dry and it made us better understand why this wine got this success. An "explosive" nose, white fruits and flowers (white peach in primis), but also a pleasant note of sage and jasmine. In the mouth it is velvety, creamy, soft but not sickening thanks to a good acidity that makes it fragrant and very drinkable.
We combined it with an excellent sea cruditè starter and it was perfect.

PAEANCA
PAEANCA is a small family business deeply rooted in the territory. Wine farmers for generations, today the family members realized the desire of processing the grapes, to bottle a product that truly represents them.
“Paeànca” is located in San Pietro di Feletto (TV), a town of about 5,000 inhabitants which is situated on the hills full of vineyards northwest of Conegliano. This area is crossed by the famous road "Strada del vino bianco", and makes up the heart of the territory of "Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG", a guarantee of uniqueness, inimitability and excellence of Prosecco - precisely "Superior" - produced here.
A wine that embodies the family's ancient experience of Prosecco winemaking, and its philosophy regarding vinification aimed at limiting, as far as possible, enological intervention.

PAEANCA SOCIETÀ AGRICOLA
San Pietro di Feletto
31020 Treviso - Italy
Tel. +39 0438 1890430
Cell +39 347 9069297www.paeanca.com/it/homepage.php


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thursday 08 june

Italian Wines in the World: Cuvèe Tenuta Val de Brun, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Millesimato Extradry 2016

We tasted for you Astoria's Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Millesimato Extradry 2016


Italian Wines in the World: Cuvèe Tenuta Val de Brun, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Millesimato Extradry 2016


Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Millesimato Extradry 2016 


Wine: white 
Year: 2016
Price: € 12
Designation: Prosecco Valdobbiadene docg
Grapes: 100% GLERA

This fascinating charmat process wine with straw-colored hints and greenish reflections presents a delicate and persistent bubble that brings to the nose the typical hints of the Glera vine. The intense fruity notes of Williams pears and Golden apples, intense and immediately recognizable, leave a refreshing aroma of pomelo trees and hawthorn flowers among which emerges a pleasant milky note.
The effervescence gives structure to the sip whose freshness is accompanied by a fruity and pleasantly soft final.
We tasted it with vegetarian friends so we chose a great pairing: a vegetable quiche.

Lorena Lancia

ASTORIA VINI

Founded in 1987 by an old family of winemakers, Paolo and Giorgio Polegato’s Astoria prides itself on the quality of its products. Astoria products are served in the most exclusive restaurants, wineries, and bars. Astoria sells wines produced at its own “Val De Brun Estate” in Refrontolo, in the heart of the DOCG zone Conegliano Valdobbiadene. Forty acres, located in one of the most beautiful wine-growing areas in Italy, renowned for its climate, highlight the harmonious succession of hills and vineyards.
The Company links its name to the product par excellence of the winemaking tradition in Veneto: the Prosecco; this wine, the Millesimato, was awarded several prizes over the years, including the prestigious Grand Gold Medal at the International Wine Competition at Vinitaly in Verona. Prosecco Millesimato Docg and Refrontolo Passito Docg are the house jewels. Astoria is not just Prosecco though, as it also produces barrique wines such as Colli di Conegliano Docg, Crevada and Croder, relying on the competence and skills of its highly professional staff.

Astoria Vini
Via Crevada sn, 31020 Refrontolo (TV)
info@astoria.it
www.astoria.it
Tel. 04236699



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tuesday 06 june

Italian Wines in the World: Denxo, Veneto IGT Rosso 2010, Tenuta Desmontà

We tasted for you Tenuta Desmontà's Denxo, Veneto IGT Rosso


Italian Wines in the World: Denxo, Veneto IGT Rosso 2010, Tenuta Desmontà
Denxo, Veneto IGT Rosso 2010, Desmontà

Wine: Red
Year: 2010
Price: 115 € 

Yearly production (bottles): 3000

Designation: IGT VENETO

Ageing: Aging process in a controlled environment for 45/50 days. Aging for about 6 months in new French oak Tonneaux of 5 hl. Second part of aging of 6 months in American oak Tonneau of 5 hl. Settlement in steel containers for 3 months before being put in to the bottles. Refining in bottle for 3 months.
Grapes (%): 70% Merlot  15% Cabernet 15% secret


This glass of wine it dresses a ​​ruby impenetrable ​​that lets you see just garnet-colored reflections. The olfactory image intrigues by complexity, freshness and elegance: it begins with concentrates tones of black cherry, plum and blackberry, dates and dehydrated figs; Hints of roasting, coffee chocolates and toasted hazelnuts follow seamlessly. A rich bouquet that gives momentum with an elegant balsamic perception.
The pulpy and chewy entry point reveals an unpredictable ease of drink that closes with a warm and long ending, enriched by a pleasant perception of sweet licorice.
We prefer to enjoy it in absolute meditation or, if you prefer the company, share it with a pleasant chat with friends.

Lorena Lancia

BIXIO PODERI/ TENUTA DESMONTÀ
In 1866 Lieutenant Nino Bixio from Genoa - the right arm of Giuseppe Garibaldi - while staying in the area of Verona for the Battle of Custoza (June 24, 1866) lived a romance with a local noblewoman. Alfonso, born from this relationship, inherited some land in the area of Soave and since then, for the past five generations, the heirs of the family have been dedicated to grape growing.
Emilio Bixio became winemaker in 1979 at the prestigious School of Viticulture and Enology of Conegliano Veneto. The same year he began his first harvest, helped by his father and younger brother. He made in this way his first company, Fratelli Bixio farm. In the year 2000 he joined a commission for the establishment of a new DOC Veronese, the ARCOLE DOC. Hence a new ambitious project that born with the 'FARM Desmontà', that Emilio follows from the countryside to the bottle, with new verve and new ideas.


http://www.bixiopoderi.it/tenuta-desmonta/eng/denxo.php
Lorena Lancia

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saturday 03 june

Italian Wines in the World: Grillo DOC Sicilia 2016 by Tenute Orestiadi

We tasted for you Grillo DOC Sicilia 2016 by the Sicilian winery Tenute Orestiadi.


Italian Wines in the World: Grillo DOC Sicilia 2016 by Tenute Orestiadi
Grillo DOC Sicilia 2016

Wine: White
Year: 2016
Price: 13 €
Yearly production (bottles): 22.000
Designation: DOC Sicilia
Ageing: 4 months in steel vats and 3 months in bottle 
Grapes (%): Grillo 100%

Grillo has become in the last decade a sort of symbol of Sicilian "white" enology, and this is especially thanks to wineries that have managed to bring out the most elegant soul of this extraordinary vine. Among these Tenute Orestiadi has an important role also thanks to its vineyards, located between 350 and 500 m above sea level in the Belice Valley. In our opinion, the winery gave an excellent interpretation of Grillo.
Grillo 2016 really convinced us and without fear we put it among the best we have ever tasted of this type. We liked it because it manages to combine "aromatic power" with subtleness to drinkability. The nose is intense with tropical fruit notes but not overly ripe, as well as hints of orange blossom and an original and pleasant note of jasmine. In the mouth it is velvety and at the same time fragrant and definitely persistent.
We paired it with an exquisite seafood risotto and it was a perfect marriage.


TENUTE ORESTIADI

In Sicily, island with a long-standing wine growing tradition, there are the Tenute Orestiadi’s vineyards, born in Gibellina by wine growers cooperative and the Orestiadi Foundation, one of the most important cultural institutions in the Mediterranean region, to promote the identity of Sicilian indigenous grapes through the union of art and wine. Tenute Orestiadi is an ancient name that evokes distant memories of myths and legends, that in facts in Sicily has found life thanks to Aeschylus, that more than twenty centuries ago wrote and brought to the stage the legend of ORESTES and the ORESTIADI.


Tenute Orestiadi
Viale Santa Ninfa - 91024 Gibellina (TP)
Mail: info@orestiadivini.it
Tel: +39 092469124
Fax: +39 0924 69765

www.tenuteorestiadi.it 



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Italian Wines in the World: Rosato Negroamaro vino biologico Salento igt 2016 by Cantine Paolo Leo

We tasted for you Rosato Negroamaro vino biologico (organic wine) Salento igt 2016 by Cantine PaoloLeo, winery from Salento


Italian Wines in the World: Rosato Negroamaro vino biologico Salento igt 2016  by Cantine Paolo Leo
Rosato Negroamaro vino biologico Salento igt 2016

Wine: Rosè
Year: 2016 
Price (ex winery): 7.40€
Yearly production (bottles): 6.000
Ageing: 3 months steel and 3 months in the bottle
Designation: IGT
Grapes (%): Negroamaro 100%


It's commonly renowned that Salento is the ideal location for Italian rose wine (together with Lake Garda area, with its famous Chiaretto). That Negroamaro is one of the Italian autochthonous grapes that best suits this kind of vinification is renowned too.
Probably fewer know that Paolo Leo is one of the most interesting Italian wineries that produces excellent rose wines, and our review is aiming to reduce this lack of knowledge.
Paolo Leo is a dynamic winery in the rich oenological scenario of Puglia and in time is becoming an absolute protagonist of Salento, an area that is finally being acknowledged for its outstanding wine production.
We tasted for you the organic Rosato Negroamaro (the packaging is interesting and original) that we now consider one of the best wines in its category.
At first, we liked the colour, a range that goes from light rose to violet, but then the nose really had us with its elegant notes of pomegranate and cloves. The palate is tastefully savory and fresh, with a persistent aftertaste of red fruits.
The pairing was perfect with a delicious seafood risotto.


PAOLO LEO

The history of the Leo family has been always characterized by their love and passion for vines and wines since the early '900. In those years, the company's founder, the grandfather, and namesake of the last heir Paolo Leo, began making wine from grapes picked in “Palmento”, the old underground tanks he used before were now restored and used as a cellar for storing and aging wine. The mission of Leo’s has remained unchangeable during the last century: to offer consumers wines that mirror the smell, flavors and the character of Puglia. In the late 80s, a deep passion and tenacity have led the current owner Paolo Leo to undertake an entrepreneurial path based on the valorisation of wines made from indigenous grape varieties of the Salento like Primitivo, Negroamaro, Malvasia Bianca and Nera di Lecce.
The modern company headquarters, founded in 1989, occupy a total area of about 15,000 square meters, equipped with a state-of-the-art vinification system. It has a barrel room of 400 square meters containing 500 oak barrels with a capacity of  225 liters. However, these modern winemaking technologies were used in harmony with the ancient tradition of which the Leo family has always respected.

Cantine Paolo Leo SRL
Via Tuturano, 21
72025 San Donaci (BR) 
 (+39) 0831 635 073
 info@paololeo.it
www.paololeo.it 


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Italian Wines in the World: Le Bombarde Cannonau di Sardegna doc 2015 by Cantina Santa Maria La Palma

We tasted for you Le Bombarde Cannonau di Sardegna doc 2015 by Cantina Santa Maria La Palma from Alghero, Sardinia


Italian Wines in the World: Le Bombarde Cannonau di Sardegna doc 2015 by Cantina Santa Maria La Palma
Le Bombarde Cannonau di Sardegna doc 2015 Cantina Santa Maria La Palma

Wine: Cannonau Le Bombarde Red
Year: 2015
Yearly production (bottles): 500.000
Ageing: steel
Designation: DOC
Grapes: 100% Cannonau


“At Santa Maria la Palma, there are no counts, barons or marquises. Instead, there are lots of families of winemakers and farmworkers. Fifty years ago, they were allocated a series of uncultivated plots near the city of Alghero. Rather than a silver spoon, they had strong arms, straight backs, passion, and principles”. We decided to start with this description from the company profile of Cantina Santa Maria la Palma, in our opinion one of the best Italian examples of evolved cooperative viticulture (over 300 members and 700 hectares of vineyards), to describe their Cannonau “Le Bombarde”, a wine that proved to us two very important things: firstly the incredible level of quality reached by this Sardinian cooperative; secondly that Cannonau can be a great Italian red wine, able to blend robustness with harmony and elegance.
Le Bombarde wine takes the name from the beach where, even today, we find vineyards of red grapes such as Cannonau and Monica di Sardegna. The cannons, represented on the label, are the symbol of the defense and the pride of the Sardinian coastal territory, but they are also the emblem of the strong and determined character of these grapes.
The nose is almost aggressively intense with fruity scents (particularly berries like blackberry and currant but also plum and damson). Earthy and spicy notes, like black pepper, are evident too. The palate is warm, full and velvety, very well balanced, with a slightly bitter aftertaste that makes it persistent and drinkable.
We paired it with a “classic”, a traditional roasted “porceddu sardo” (Sardinian pork) and it was an easy win.


CANTINA SANTA MARIA LA PALMA

At Santa Maria la Palma, there are no counts, barons or marquises. Instead, there are lots of families of winemakers and farmworkers. Fifty years ago, they were allocated a series of uncultivated plots near the city of Alghero. Rather than a silver spoon, they had strong arms, straight backs, passion, and principles.
The passion that our winemakers have for the art of winemaking and the painstaking analysis of the local area, which is treated with the utmost respect and constant dedication these are the elements that allow us to achieve the best from our vineyards, that richness embodied by every wine we have ever produced.

Cantina Santa Maria La Palma
Loc. Santa Maria la Palma
07040 Alghero (SS)
Tel: (+39) 079-999008
Fax: (+39) 079-999058
E-mail: vini@santamarialapalma.it


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Italian Wines in the World: Savuto Superiore doc 2012 by Antiche Vigne

We tasted for you Savuto Superiore doc 2012 by the Antiche Vigne from Calabria


Italian Wines in the World: Savuto Superiore doc 2012 by Antiche Vigne
Savuto Superiore doc 2012

Wine: Savuto Superiore Red
Year: 2012
Price (ex winery): 22€
Annual production (bottles) : 3500/5000
Aging: 22/24 months in French oak and then 12 months in bottle. 
Designation: DOC
Grapes (%): Magliocco Dolce 80% (Arvino) ,Greco Nero 20%.

Antiche Vigne, Gianfranco Pironti's winery was founded 10 years ago, but it's been enough time for this young entrepreneur to prove the value and the vocation of its territory. We are in the heart of Savuto Valley (that is the reason of the name of this small appellation), in our opinion one of the most interesting and qualitative terroirs of Calabria.
From the very beginning, the company invested in enhancing the characteristics of each vineyard (from Vigna Carito at 500 mamsl in the municipality of Altilia to Vigna Colle Pietà that with its 800 mamsl towers above the municipality of Carpanzano).
They are mostly old vineyards of Magliocco and Greco Nero grapes, the core of Savuto DOC. Among this appellation producers, Pironti is becoming one of the most influential ones.
We truly enjoyed Savuto Superiore 2012. The nose is very complex, notes of red fruits, cherry and plum, but also blackberry; intense spicy notes of pink pepper and vanilla, and earthy notes as well. The complexity mirrors the efforts in the cellar, especially regarding the aging in wood (for this one, 2 years aging in French oak barrels and 8 months in bottle). At the palate, tannins are balanced by the wood that makes this wine smoother and more enjoyable, with final long notes of fruits.
We paired it with one of the most delicious braised beef we've had in a while and that was a perfect choice.


ANTICHE VIGNE

“Antiche Vigne” is a small wine company in the heart of the ancient Savuto valley in Calabria, southern Italy or as the Greeks Enotria-a land once called it where vines grow and wine is produced. Since the beginning in 2004, our company goal has always been to focus on producing high quality wines. Company vineyards extend across an area of 14 hectares, located in the districts of Marzi, Altilia and Carpanzano the northern area of the Savuto Valley. In order to maintain the balance of tradition and innovation we have extensively researched both technologies and techniques to produce our wine. As a result we have been able to create a very typical DOC product made from local grapes such as the grape Magliocco dolce, locally known as Arvino, the Greco Nero, the Pecorello, the Mantonico and the Malvasia. These are all the key factors for the quality of our wines processed and produced within our own cellar.

Antiche Vigne di Pironti Gianfranco
Via regina elena 110, 87054 Rogliano (CS)
amministrazione@antichevigne.com
www.antichevigne.com
Tel: 0984/961818 ; +393208194246


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