“Tuscany is a land with fertile soils and beautiful wines.” This statement is especially true for the wines from Bulichella which call the Tuscan Maremma their home.
Last month I tasted a few excellent wines from Tuscany, which were all produced with different Sangiovese clones. I thought this makes for a nice post about Tuscany’s most important red grape variety. Of Tuscan Origins? From north to south and from east to west – Sangiovese is grown in (almost) every corner of Tuscany. Ever since the
When Maremma meets Loacker Yes, it is time for another Tenute Loacker wine review. Slowly Italian wineries release their new vintages, which always causes great excitement. Loacker has convinced me with a load of excellent Tuscan & South Tyrolean wines for many years. Only recently, I had the pleasure to try their newly released 2008