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IL CHIOSSO WINE

​Ficorosso: 75% Nebbiolo, 20% Uva Rara, 5% Vespolina Spicy hints. Aged in steel tanks, in bottle 3 months Aging potential 10-15 years 
Vespolina 2007: 100% Vespolina Spicy hints. Aged in steel tanks, in bottle 12 months Aging potential 10-15 years
Nebbiolo 2008: 95% Nebbiolo, 5% Vespolina Hints of violet, tobacco and coffee. Aged 30 months of aging in large oak castes, in bottle 9 months Aging potential - 15 years 
Gattinara 2007: 100% Nebbiolo from cru of Gattinara, Hints of violet, tobacco and coffee. Aged 30 months in large oak castes, in bottle 12 months Aging potential 5-26 years 


AZIENDA AGRICOLA RENICCIStefano Cialli founded the winery in 2001, planting the first vineyard. The mission: to produce excellent wines by passion and dedication, with a unique terroir and an extraordinary microclimate. Prior to the harvest, each vine is trimmed to leave only the best one remaining bunch per vine. Hand-harvesting only when the grapes are fully ripe, the grapes of the individual vineyards fermented separately, to magnify peculiarities of each terroir.


Rosso di Renicci 2007: Supertuscan blend of Sangiovese 80% - Merlot 20% Aging in 1 year old barrique for 12 months and then in stainless steel tanks 10,000 bottles produced 89 Points - Veronelli

​Sangiovese 2006: Sangiovese 100% 70% aged in new barrique for 12 months and 30% aged in 1 year old barrique for 12 months, then stainless steel tanks 2,000 bottles produced 93Points – Veronelli


Renicci 2005: Supertuscan blend of Syrah 70% - Merlot 30% 70% aged in new barrique for 12 months and 30% aged in 1 year old barrique for 12 months, then stainless steel tanks 4,000 bottles produced 90 Points - Falstaff
 Renicci 2006: Supertuscan blend of Syrah 90% - Merlot 10% 70% aged in new barrique for 12 months and 30% aged in 12 month old barrique for 1 year,then stainless steel tanks 4,000 bottles produced rated 9th best wine in Italy 96 Points Veronelli
 Diore 2006: Supertuscan blend of Merlot 65% – Cabernet Sauvignon 35% 70% aged in new barrique for 12 months and 30% aged in 1 year old barrique for 12 months, then stainless steel tanks. 1,500 bottles produced 94 Points - Veronelli

Spirasole 2006: Supertuscan blend of Merlot 85% - Cabernet Sauvignon 15% 70% aged in new barrique for 12 months and 30% aged in 1 year old barrique for 12 months, then stainless steel tanks 1,400 bottles produced (Next vintage, 2007, rated 95, 34th best wine in Italy) 95 Points - Veronelli


SAN GEMINIANO


Sauvignon: Brand: SIGILLO From the Veneto Bright and intense pale yellow color Perfume is slightly aromatic, very pleasant, with hint of sweet pepper. Taste is harmonic, fresh, elegant and characteristic.


Merlot: Brand: SIGILLO: From the Veneto Ruby red color and characteristic perfume Taste is dry, full and well harmonized.


Cabernet Brand: SIGILLO From the Veneto Ruby red color, perfume is intense and characteristicDry taste, full, harmonic and grassy taste.


Refosco 2010 Brand:TENUTA TASATE From Friuli Venezia Giulia Red ruby red color, intense and pleasant perfume with hints of wild blackberry and brushwood. Savory, slightly tannic, bitter body, with persistent and pleasant aftertaste. Young and wine, it is fragrant and grassy.


Lambrusco  Amabile Brand:DUCA MAJORE: From Emilia Romagna, intense red ruby color with purplish reflexes, fruits of mature wood Pleasant taste, good body, persistent, sweet and fresh


Moscato: Brand:INCANTI From Asti in Piemonte It has a pale yellow color,  delicate and fragrant

bouquet. The taste is aromatic.


Prosecco, Extra Dry PALLADIO: From Treviso, Crisp acidity with hints of unripe apple, pears and acacia flowers.


TONY SASA


Tony Sasa is a “Man of the Soil” who is close to nature, having been reared on the family farm where he lived until he struck out on his own. There was no time lost in pursuing his love of wine and the glories of fine food.  He enhanced his basic knowledge of wine and food by capitalizing on opportunities to broaden the depth and breadth of his expertise. He nurtured his relationships with Italy’s foremost enologists, winemakers and journalists, who recognized Tony’s superior understanding of wines from vine to bottle.


Brunello di Montalcino: Martina 2008: Great nose. Aromas of dark berries, spices and dried flowers. Full bodied, with a wonderful integrated tannin structure. Flavors are intense, yet balanced with loads of subtle and complete fruit James Sucking 92 Points


Massimiliano VivaldaThe winery is located in Nizza Monferrato, in the heart of Asti, one of the most suitable area for cultivation of the Barbera grape. Strains from older and more exposed to the sun, they select the clusters to create the best wines. By respecting the old rural traditions and with the help of modern ecological technology, they work enthusiastically to meet those who, like them, look for a sip of wine to ride.


Barbera d’ Asti 2011: Intense, predominating plum and spice notes. Spectacular fruity fragrance , intense, delicate and well-rounded taste 6 months of stainless steel aging,  3 months refinement in the bottle.

Dolcetto d’Asti 2011: Red fruit notes, intense bouquet that brings out cherry in particular; on the palate it is sapid and dry, well bodied. A modern wine, easy and suitable for serving with a big range of dishes. 3-4 months stainless steel aging,  1 month refinement in the bottle.


Monferrato Rosso 2009: Merlot grapes 95%, Barbera 5% Nose is dominated by a winey, intense and a little grassy characteristic of this grape, delicate and varied. Slightly spicy ending. The flavor and dry, sweet, tangy, robust, full-bodied tannic but very harmonious. 6 months stainless steel aging, 6 month refinement in the bottle.


Barbera d’Asti Clumbe 2007: Complex, caressing, intense, predominating plum and spice notes, rich in small fruit and cherry Spectacular fruity fragrance , intense, delicate and well rounded taste 6 months stainless steel aging, 6 months refinement in the bottle 89/95 Points Luca Maroni


Barbera d’ Asti Amista 2006:Intense red in color with orange highlights; on the nose it’s complex, delicate and bouquet of ripe red berries, spice and hints of vanilla; on the palate it is full, rich, elegance, with a gentle

tannic structure 12 months in new oak barriques and 6 months refinement in the bottle 87/95 Points Luca Maroni


Moscato d’Asti Nettare 2012: Yellow fruit perfumes in particular peach and melon, with hints of honey and flowers like orange-blossoms;  Pulpy, sweet but very well balanced  with a silky texture.