-4% Toscana IGT Syrah Biologico "Il Gobbo Nero" 2015 - Tenuta Moriniello
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Winery Tenuta Moriniello
Region Toscana
Wine type Red still
Classification Toscana Rosso IGT
Year 2015
Format 0,75
Alcohol 14,5%
Grapes 100% Syrah
Specifications
Fragrance Notes of pepper, cinnamon, berries such as currant, blueberry and a cherry base
Color Deep ruby red
Flavor Fine and flaunt tannins, structured body, well balanced, with a fresh note calibrated
Pairing First and second courses of meat, aged cheese

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Toscana IGT Syrah Biologico "Il Gobbo Nero" 2015 - Tenuta Moriniello

  • $37.72
  • $36.23
  • Ex Tax: $29.69

Grapes: Il Gobbo Nero is our single-variety syrah, produced from the selection of the best syrah grapes of our vineyard.

Vinification Aging and Refinement: The vinification takes place in concrete tanks, then the wine rests for 12 months in French oak barriques. The wine spends 12 months of refinement in the bottle, before being sold.

Organoleptic profile: The wine has a deep ruby red colour, and at the nose it pleasantly surprises with notes of pepper, cinnamon, berries such as currant, blueberry and a cherry base. Compelling in the mouth, with fine and flaunt tannins, structured body, well balanced, with a fresh note calibrated. The finish is inviting and complex.

 


 

The family business comes from the dream of two siblings, Tania and Luigi, inherited from their father, Beniamino. The dream, long left in the drawer by their father, turned into a project, when the siblings asked him to help them in making it happen.

The passion of Beniamino for the vineyards, the love for wine, passed on to his children, and his entrepreneurial talent, have given life to “Tenuta Moriniello”.

The journey, which lasted almost five years, has led the Moriniello family to retrace the marvellous places of Tuscany, meeting people, listening to stories and legends, and closing with the belief that great wines born from enchanting places. Places characterized by sinuous hills and territories exposed perennially to the sun, which, not surprisingly, give the best grapes, because collecting from the earth all that our eyes identify, simply, as wonderful landscapes.

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