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Il Borro – Pian Di Nova Toscana

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Italy
Tuscany
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Red

The Facts

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  • 2019 (750ml) - 7 27760 50606 0
  • 2018 (750ml) - 7 27760 50606 0
Origins Italy > Tuscany > Toscana
Appellation Toscana
Varietal Syrah
Cepage 75% Sangiovese, 25% Syrah
Winemaking Maceration 2 days in stainless steel tanks. Fermented for 10 days then left to macerate on skins for 20 more days.
Aging Steel tanks 6 months, oak barrels 1yr.
Production 6500 Cases
Markets California, Texas

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The Character

Overall Pleasant & Direct
Aromas Raspberry Coulis, Cranberry, Blackberry, Cardamom, Allspice
Mouthfeel Concentrated & Smooth
Tasting Notes Pian di Nova has an intense ruby red color. The bouquet is floral and intensely fruity with scents of fresh black cherry, concentrated raspberry coulis, dried cranberry and fresh blackberry with hints of Cardamom and spice. The taste is smooth and full bodied with a pleasant freshness that echoes the same profile that was found in the initial aromas. The finish is persistent and well-balanced, framed with velvety tannins.
Selling Point Super Tuscan Explores the New Frontier
Pairings Rigatoni Campagnolo, Beef Curry, Lamb Vindaloo, Bratwurst
Awards
  • 2019 - 92pts James Suckling
  • 2018 - 91pts James Suckling
Sustainability 2019 - Certified Organic, Biodynamic In Practice

The Story

"Pian di Nova" can be translated to "New Plateau" or "New Frontier", evocative of the unique mix for this Super Tuscan, Syrah and Sangiovese. Though first released in the early 2000's, the wine is now one of the main drivers for the estate and is enjoyed in every setting. Direct with a fun twist, it's there for all the twists in your life.
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About Il Borro

Brand Story

Rumours of the Etruscans buzz throughout the vineyards, but concrete records of Il Borro date back to 1254, when the Mscagni family purchased the castle of Il Borro and the surrounding land. Ownership has changed many times, seeing royalty and the ambitious roam its halls. In 1993 Ferruccio Ferragomo purchased the estate, and his son Salvatore now leads as CEO.


Brand Story

Rumours of the Etruscans buzz throughout the vineyards, but concrete records of Il Borro date back to 1254, when the Mscagni family purchased the castle of Il Borro and the surrounding land. Ownership has changed many times, seeing royalty and the ambitious roam its halls. In 1993 Ferruccio Ferragomo purchased the estate, and his son Salvatore now leads as CEO.

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