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Tuscan Gems

Special Pricing for Great Sangiovese
April 23, 2019


Italian view


This is a new acquisition for Fontodi. Lamole has the highest elevation vineyards in Chianti. This is an excellent, elegantly styled wine.

2014 Fontodi Chianti Classico Filetta di Lamole:  Excellent  Regular 39/bottleToday: 33/bottle


Coltibuono dates back to the Medici family of Florence. This is 100% Sangioveto clone. One of my favorite wines.

2013 Badia a Coltibuono Sangioveto: Excellent  Regular 64/bottle  Today: 54/bottle Net


Dievole has been carrying on an excellent Etruscan heritage for over 900 years. This is the first single vineyard bottling. I helped plant the vineyard in 1993.

2015 Dievole Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Sessina:  Excellent  Regular 68/bottle  Today:  58/bottle Net


Ciacci Piccolomini is widely considered to be one of the very best wineries in Montalcino. Great depth in a classic Brunello.

2012 Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona Brunello di Montalcino Pianrosso:  Excellent to Superb  Regular: 80/bottle  Today:  68/bottle Net


Paolo di Marchi enhanced the entire reputation of Tuscan wine with Cepparello. One of the world’s truly great wines.

2015 Isole e Olena Cepparello:  Superb  Regular  85/bottle Today:  72/bottle Net


And why not include something with a little age. The Felsina Rancia Riserva is actually still young.

1995 Felsina Rancia Riserva: Outstanding Regular:  88/bottle  Today:  75/bottle


Like everything else on this page, history and great wine. Percarlo is unique. Great vintage.

2011 San Giusto a Rentenano Percarlo:  Outstanding  Regular: 112/bottle  Today:  95/bottle Net


Back to Fontodi, one of the great wine estates in the world. Flagship wine, legendary vintage.

2010 Fontodi Flaccianello:  Superb  Regular:   160/bottle Today:  136/bottle Net


Limited quantities of these rare wines.

All prices are net per bottle with no further discounts

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           - Peter Hemenway