Anfora Vermentino IGT Gabriele Mazzeschi, Tasting notes:
Shows a beautiful and brilliant golden yellow color with amber reflections. The nose is intense, ample but delicate. Has fruity nuances of ripe yellow fruit, floral hints of broom, aromatic and officinal herbs. On the palate, sapidity and freshness burst pleasantly and closing it is exalted by a light, sapid and mineral aftertaste
Anfora Vermentino IGT Gabriele Mazzeschi
The wine is the result of a long maceration with the skins. Fermentation and maceration take place in seven hectoliter terracotta amphorae for at least two months, the yeasts are indigenous. Throughout the vinification process, the wine remains in terracotta amphorae.
Winemaker Gabriele Mazzeschi has eight hectares of vineyards cultivated with Sangiovese, Syrah, Trebbiano and Malvasia, with a small amount of Cabernet Sauvignon and Canaiolo. In addition to producing excellent wines, Gabriele Mazzeschi’s Le Capanne winery also grows around 6000 olive trees. The conditions are optimal, gravelly soil in the Tuscan hills at an altitude of 350-450 metres above sea level. The 6000 olive trees, of the classic Tuscan cultivars Frantoio Moraiolo and Leccino, are terraced on the gravelly soil at an altitude of 350-450 metres above sea level