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Morellino di Scansano DOCG "Spineto" 2020 - Erik Banti

Morellino di Scansano DOCG "Spineto" 2020 - Erik Banti
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Winery Erik Banti
Region Toscana
Wine type Red Still
Classification Morellino di Scansano DOCG
Year 2020
Format 0.75
Alcohol 13.5%
Grapes 85% Sangiovese - 15% Merlot
Specifications
Color Clear bright ruby red, with violet reflexes
Fragrance Heady, slightly fruity, with hints of black cherries and violet.
Flavor Dry, tangy lightly tannic with good balanced body and lingering aromas. Ready to drink after 18 months from the harvest, can be store and well age for another 8 years and more.
Pairing For its specular softness with tannins not overtaking the main flavors aroma, the SPINETO is a versatile wine. Young and chilled at 50°F well match with fish cooked in oven with potatoes and tomatoes, “caciucco alla Livornese” (an Italian bouillabesse). More mature with truffles dishes, roast meet, BBQ, game and Maremma’s dishes as buglione di agnello, seasoned pecorino and goat cheeses.
Morellino di Scansano DOCG "Spineto" 2020 - Erik Banti
9,80€
Ex Tax: 8,03€
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The Morellino di Scansano has obtain the DOC appellation in 1978, turned on the DOCG in 2007. Years ago the Morellino was known and drink only locally, when Erik Banti gain his first three glasses on the Gambero Rosso guide and recognitions form the major world guides, wine magazines and newspapers column, the Maremma terroir became a “must” for many Italian wine producers who decided to establish their quarter in this unique area and the Morellino started to be known and appreciate for his peculiar quality worldwide. Still now Erik Banti’s winery, established since 1981, is considered to be the “Pioneer” of the Morellino di Scansano. 


 

Erik Banti established his winery in 1981 in the village of Montemerano and have been from all considered the Pioneer of the Morellino di Scansano. With passion, enthusiasm and dedication he contribute significantly to make known this appellation at that time only locally distributed, in Italy and later on worldwide with significant valuations from the world major wines guides, wine magazines and newspapers column, starting from the 3 Gambero Rosso glasses to the Best Italian Buy of Wine Spectator.