Tignanello Antinori Toscana 2006
Tenuta Tignanello Antinori (Tuscany)
Technical sheet · Tignanello Antinori Toscana
|Type Of Wine:||red wine|
|Vintage:||2006 Other vintages|
|Winery:||Tenuta Tignanello Antinori|
|Pairing:||RiceMeatPastaRisottoPasta BologneseRed meat|
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Description · Tenuta Tignanello Antinori
Tignanello Antinori Toscana 2006 (Sangiovese)
A blend of 85% Sangiovese, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc.
Very intense ruby red color. Nicely
expressed varietal aromas with hints of
ripe red fruit and spice. The palate is weighty, dense and elegant with complex structure thanks to the acidity. Long
and lingering with hints of chocolate, coffee and marmalade on the finish. The beautifully handled tannins from the wine and wood aging makes Tignanello a very complex, stylish and sophisticated wine.
Winemaker's notes from Wine.com
Tenuta Tignanello Antinori
The Tinganello vineyards are divided into small plots that include two jewels: the 57 hectares of the Tignanello vineyard and the 20 hectares of the Solaia vineyard. The estate's lands, of Pliocene origin, tend to be thin, with scarce water supply and with a skeleton rich in alberese and...
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TIGNANELLO 2006 Marchesi Antinori TUSCANY RED
The family - Marchesi Antinori
The Antinori family has been active in wine production since 1385.
In that year Giovanni Di Piero Antinori joined the Florentine art of Vinattieri.
Since then, the management has been passed down through 26 generations.
Today the company is led by Albiera Antinori, with the two sisters Allegra and Alessia, involved in business activities.
The Marchese Piero Antinori is currently the Honorary President of the company.
Tradition, passion and instinct have led the Antinori Marchesi 'claims as one of the leading Italian wine producers.
The Marchese Piero argues that ancient roots play an important role in our philosophy, but they have never held back our innovative spirit.
At the estates of Tuscany and Umbria, and is part of the family, they were added over time investments in other areas suitable for the production of quality wines in Italy and abroad.
The Marchesi Antinori has ongoing experiments in the vineyards and cellars with selections of native and international clones of grapes, types of cultivation, fermentation methods and temperatures, traditional and modern vinification techniques and varying the length of refinement in the bottle.
Following a rainy and decidedly cold autumn and a rigid winter with consisting precipitations, plants have budded late compared to the average in preceding years.
Even in primaverasi they are experiencing rainfall that does not compromise laregolare formation and growth of clusters.
In the second half of July it is very high temperatures are reached, but in August the weather changed again, with frequent rainfall and temperatures inferiorialla media.
The good climatic conditions in September and October, with regular temperature changes that have favored a perfect maturation of the grapes, allowed unavendemmia very favorable in terms of quality and quantity with grapes dialtissimo level. Borrowings ended in primasettimana of October for Sangiovese
and nellaseconda for Cabernet.
Tasting Notes TIGNANELLO 2006 Marchesi Antinori TUSCANY RED
Deep ruby red in color with fragrant notes of ripe fruttarossa and spices
The palate is a rich wine, full and round, thick at the right point without masking the elegance that distinguishes and complexity lasua
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Posted on 22/10/15 at 05.04
Tignanello was the first wine from the Chianti region to associate with the traditional Sangiovese, non-native varieties, here Bordeaux Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Aged in barrels, the first vintage was born in 1970. Piero Antinori has a level requirement such that it is produced only in the best years. Success is of course the appointment. Piero also cause behind many Tuscan producers will follow suit.
Member of the prestigious association PFV which groups among the most famous winemakers in the world, the Antinori estate founded in 1385, is one of the oldest in Italy. Like the mythical wine Solaia and Tignanello, Antinori produces wines of very high quality, elegant and complex that frequently distinguished by winning the most prestigious awards. The production of red wines of Antinori has historically been concentrated in the Tuscany region where the field has three properties: Santa Cristina (Solaia & Tignanello) Pèppolin and Badia a Passignano totaling nearly 618 hectares of vineyards.
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Reviews about Tignanello Antinori Toscana 2013
- The spicy and balsamic sensations which give additional complexity are also quite important. The wine is ample and enveloping on the palate with supple tannins and a savoury freshness which fully respects the character and personality of the Sangiovese grape.
- The balance between acidity and tannins is excellent, and the finish and aftertaste are of a lovely length and persistence.
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- 80% Sangiovese, 5 % Cabernet Franc, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon.