Viticcio - Ferraio Toscana IGT (2016), 750ml
The 2016 Ferraio Toscana is imbued with juicy notes of dark berries and floral aromas. A savory and elegant red, perfect for any occasion.
- Origin: Tuscany, Italy
- Varietal: Red Wine Blend
- Grape: 50% Sangiovese, 25% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon
- Vintage: 2016
- Alcohol Content: 13.5%
- Aging: 12 months in steel and Slavonian oak barrels
- Character: Refreshing, medium-bodied red with dark berry notes and savory tannins
- Pairing: Stewed vegetable curry
- Allergens: Contains sulfites
- Vegan friendly
- USDA Certified Organic
- Awards: 93 James Suckling (2016)
This medium-bodied red is refreshing and smooth. Fragrant scents of hyacinth and violets mingle with blackberry and blackcurrant notes. The well-balanced acidity and light tannins on the finish make this deep red an all-rounder that can be paired with almost any meal. This dry Viticcio wine is often revered as a crowd-pleaser that will even take the fancy of less frequent red wine drinkers.
The Vitticio estate covers land in Chianti Classico and Maremma wine-making regions in Tuscany. Their meticulous grape selection process is done entirely by hand to ensure the highest quality grapes are used. Managing the vineyards through organic and biodynamic means, the protection of the environment is as important to Viticcio as the high quality of the wines they produce. So you can delight in Viticcio wines knowing that it is created in a way that is respectful to our planet! It doesn’t get better than that.
50% Sangiovese, 25% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon Contains sulfites
Frequently Asked Questions
What does IGT stand for in the Viticcio Ferraio Toscana?
The IGT (Indicazione Geografica Tipica) designation allows foreign grape varieties to be added to the wine. In the 2016 Ferraio Toscana, the Sangiovese grape native to Tuscany is masterfully blended with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, two exquisite grape varieties from France. The 2016 Ferraio Toscana creates a tantalizing balance of fragrances in this very bottle where Italy meets France.