The estate of Tenuta Guado al Tasso is about 80 Km. south-west of Florence near the medieval town of Bolgheri, in Maremma. The 900-hectare estate extends down the Tyrrhenian coast to the hills and apart from vineyards, other crops grown here include wheat, corn, sunflowers, olives. The vineyards are situated at altitudes between 45 - 60 metres a.s.l. on rocky, slightly limestone soil.
Intense ruby red colour. Aromas of fruit and whole red berries (especially cherries) rather than jam on the nose. Light hints of liquorice and vanilla follow from the oak. Sweet tannins and a dense structure, with a return of the fruit in the aftertaste alongside a hint of saltiness which gives the wine a lovely harmonious, lingering flavour.
For more than 600 years?spanning 26 generations?the Antinori family has produced exceptional wines that proudly celebrate its Tuscan and Umbrian...
For more than 600 years?spanning 26 generations?the Antinori family has produced exceptional wines that proudly celebrate its Tuscan and Umbrian roots. With vineyards planted in Italy s most prestigious areas ? Chianti Classico, Bolgheri, Montalcino, Montepulciano and Orvieto ? Antinori stands as a leader among Europe s finest winegrowers. The wines proudly honor Italian winemaking traditions, but also reflect the family s relentless push to innovate and experiment. From generation to generation, no other family of winemakers has achieved such consistent excellence.