Villa AntinoriRosso 2020 (Magnum)

Product code: 14487
£46.55 inc VAT
£139.65 / case of 3
Country
Country: Italy
Region
Region: Tuscany
Type
Type: Red Wine
Winery
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.5%
Volume
Volume: 1500 ml
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Country
Country: Italy
Region
Region: Tuscany
Type
Type: Red Wine
Winery
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.5%
Volume
Volume: 1500 ml

Product Notes

Villa Antinori Rosso, a noble Tuscan red wine, is an exquisite blend of traditional and non-traditional grapes, including Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. Its rich ruby-red hue precedes a delightful olfactory experience, characterized by notes of ripe red fruit and spices. The palate is enraptured by a harmonious balance between acidity and tannins, with a remarkably persistent flavour. The wine undergoes ageing in French, Hungarian and American oak barrels for a year, which imparts subtle complexities. An elegant and versatile companion to a variety of dishes, Villa Antinori Rosso is the embodiment of sophisticated Italian winemaking.

Tasting Notes

The 2016 Villa Antinori offers a deep ruby red in color. The nose is intense and complex, characterized by notes of red fruit coupled with hints of leather, spice, and vanilla. The palate is full bodied and round with supple and velvety tannins together with much length and savor.

About the Winery

Villa Antinori

Villa Antinori, a historic winery, is nestled amidst the verdant and picturesque surroundings of Tuscany, Italy. The winery is steeped in tradition, expertise, and unwavering dedication.

Villa Antinori's journey began in 1385, when Giovanni di Piero Antinori enrolled in the Winemakers Guild. Over time, this Italian jewel has grown into an established, widely recognised vineyard. Generations have passed, but the Antinori family’s passion for winemaking remains unscathed, arguably even more robust.

The property boasts 100 hectares of vineyards, producing world-renowned wines. The meticulously cultivated vines, planted with classic Tuscan varietals such as Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, yield wines that truly reflect its terroir and tradition. Notably, the winery has a history of enabling innovation alongside preserving authenticity. This unique blend of past and present is mirrored in every sip of Villa Antinori's wine.

Visitors to the estate are treated not only to breath-taking views of the verdant rolling hills and sprawling vineyards but also to a gastronomic delight. The winery is home to a Michelin-starred restaurant, boasting a menu packed with splendid Tuscan cuisine. Whether it’s a casual lunch or a flamboyantly curated dinner, exquisite flavours and faultless service are guaranteed.

The winery also proudly showcases a museum and an art exhibition, tracing the Antinori lineage and encapsulating their influence in the realm of winemaking- craftsmanship and creativity coalesce in a celebration of a remarkable legacy.

The visitor's centre provides a guided insight into the winemaking process, starting from the vine to bottling; this is a testament to the Antinori family’s commitment towards educating its visitors about the craft. The insightful tour concludes with a wine tasting session, where you can savour the decadent flavours that Villa Antinori has mastered over six centuries.

Every facet of Villa Antinori contributes to making it an emblem of Italian winemaking. Whether you're a wine connoisseur, or merely a curious traveller, the experience at Villa Antinori is sure to leave an indelible mark.

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