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Casa Emma – ‘Harenae’ Colli Della Toscana Centrale IGT

Italy
Tuscany
Wine
Red

The Facts

Origins Italy > Tuscany > Colli della Toscana Centrale

Appellation Colli della Toscana Centrale

Varietal Sangiovese

Cepage 100% Sangiovese

Winemaking Grapes crushed by hand. Vinified in 1000 liter spherical amphoras. 75 days grape skin maceration.

Aging 12 months in 1000L Amphora; 6 months in bottle

Alcohol Content 14.0 %

Production 200

Serendipity Markets California, National, Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes Aromas of dark plums, mulberries, black tea and black licorice. It’s full-bodied with chewy tannins. Structured and focused with rich, intense layers of dark fruit. Pure fruit here. Sangiovese. Made in amphorae. Drink or hold - JS.com

Overall Focused & Pure

Mouthfeel Structured & Sultry

Aromas Mulberries, Balsamic & Black Tea

Selling Point Pure Expression with Praise to back it up

Pairings Fatty Grilled Steak & Spicy Tomato Pasta

Awards 94 Wine Enthusiast (2018), 94 James Suckling (2018), 93 Robert Parker (2018)

Sustainability Vegan t, Biodynamic In Practice t, Organic In Practice t, Sustainable In Practice t, Natural Fermentation t

The Story

'Harenae' the Latin word for sand or Terracotta, was chosen as the wines' namesake to honor the gift from Mother Nature that is the essential material to build the Amphora vessels.

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About Casa Emma

Brand Story

Founded in 1969, when Fiorella Lepri took a leap of faith and purchased the property from the Florentine noblewoman Emma Bizzarri. Maintaining her legacy through the name of the winery, “Casa Emma.”


Brand Story

Founded in 1969, when Fiorella Lepri took a leap of faith and purchased the property from the Florentine noblewoman Emma Bizzarri. Maintaining her legacy through the name of the winery, “Casa Emma.”

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