I’ve ended my last review with the promise to blog about Tenute Loacker’s Granfalco – the wine which saved the day after the big flop (Winzerhof Allacher Blaufränkisch) we tried before. Frequent readers of this blog will already know that I enjoy the wines of Tenute Loacker. You can find a full list of Loacker wines
Tag Archives: Tuscany
While visiting Florence in my recent Italy trip I was able to pick up a few Tuscan wines. One of them was a bottle of the 2009 vintage I Perazzi from the winery La Mozza which is located in the beautiful Maremma section of Tuscany, Italy. The winery manufactures two red wine. I Perazzi is
Yesterday night I attended a very nice wine tasting evening. We tried a bunch of different Italian and French wines. I can tell you right away that I enjoyed that night very much! Unlike the Azienda Agricola Bianchi wine tasting, this one was a private event that we hosted with a bunch of fellow wine
Colle Massari lies in the heart of Tuscany around 30 minutes from Florence near the town of Montecucco. They also have two other estates in Tuscany. Montecucco Rosso Riserva is an Italian red wine classified as Montecucco DOC with a cuvée of 80% Sangiovese, 10% Ciliegiolo & 10% Cabernet-Sauvignon. All grapes are from organic agriculture.
Cavalierino is an Italian agritourismo located in the Tuscany region near the town of Montepulciano in the province of Siena. On their agritourismo they produce wine, olive oil, grappa but also grow a variety of vegetables out of which they make sauces (pesto rosso, pesto verde). For more on their agritourismo (at which one can
Last night I enjoyed another spectacular wine from Tenute Loacker’s Corte Pavone estate; the same estate where they produces their award winning Brunello di Montalcino. The Corte Pavone estate is in Tuscany. I didn’t have a Brunello though; instead I went with a bottle of the 2004 vintage Levante. Has been a long time since