Intense and full after-nose forwardness: vinous and flowery with notes ranging from geranium to rose fruity with strong scents of black cherries; nutty and spicy going from pepper to cinnamon, chocolate and vanilla. Full-bodied and structured palate revealing a medium acidity which is never aggressive or astringent. Very long and warm finish.
Ricasoli Brolia Casalferro Rosso Toscana
Barone Ricasoli is the oldest winery in Italy, producing wine at the estate since 1141. The current owner, Barone Francesco Ricasoli, is the 32nd generation Baron of the family. Geremia and Ridolfo were the original Ricasolis, but it was in the year 1000 that the Ricasoli family was granted the highest degree of power over their feudal land, the title of “Barone” decreed directly from the King. This title signified full autonomy over their lands and those who inhabited them.