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Bellazza

Aromas of cherry, toasted almond, chocolate, rum cake and exotic spice. The wine is long, fresh and intense in the mouth and would pair well with steak and grilled porcini mushrooms.

 Producer Castello di Gabbiano
 Region Toscana
 Country Italy
 Varietals Sangiovese
 Vintage 2008

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About the Producer

Castello di Gabbiano
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Castello di Gabbiano

Mercatale Val di Pesa, Florence, Italy Mercatale Val di Pesa, Florence, Italy

In the land survey presented by Tommaso Soderini in 1464 to the ‘Offi cials’ of the Land Registry of the Republic of Florence, it was noted that wine and oil were the most highly prized produce of the estate. The construction of the cellars, whose vaulted structure demonstrates their use for wine...

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