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DAMARE BIANCO

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DAMARE BIANCO

 

The perfect synthesis between Vermentino and the noble vines of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc gives a wine with a strong personality, fresh, mineral and savory; a perfect white wine for any occasion.

 

VINIFICATION

the carefully selected grapes are gently pressed, followed by a static cold clarification and alcoholic fermentation at a temperature of about 16 ° C in steel for the Vermentino and Sauvignon Blanc while the Chardonnay ferments in barriques and refines for about 3 months. The assembly of the wines takes place in February and follows the subsequent bottling and aging in the bottle before being placed on the market.

 

TASTING NOTES

floral and fruity notes emerge on the nose with typical sensations of Mediterranean scrub, sage and thyme; the mouth is fresh, elegant and delicate with a good gustatory structure. A wine with a refreshing and savory finish, perfect in food pairings and as an aperitif.

 

NAME

IGT TOSCANA BIANCO


REGION

Tuscany


GRAPES:

Vermentino, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc


ENOLOGIST

Emiliano Falsini


LANDS

Basically sandy


TIME OF HARVEST

starting from the beginning of September


REFINING

steel for about 6 months, Chardonnay in barrique for 3 months

 

ELEVATION

Bottle for at least 3 months

 

SERVICE TEMPERATURE

8 ° -10 ° C

 

VOL.ALC

13% VOL


AGING POTENTIAL

5-8 years

 

VINTAGE ON THE MARKET

  2020

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

Luca Maroni 93/99,

Wines Critic 93/100

DAMARE ROSSO

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DAMARE ROSSO

 

Damare Rosso was born from the desire to express the great vocation of the Tuscan territory in an international key; Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot together to express harmony, elegance and pleasure in a modern wine with an unmistakable Tuscan style.

 

VINIFICATION

the carefully selected grapes are harvested by hand when perfectly ripe, after a gentle destemming, the grapes are softly pressed and vinified in containers at a controlled temperature, the fermentation is carried out by the yeasts naturally present on the grapes and the contact with the skins is prolonged for about 3 weeks during which a soft daily pumping is carried out in order to have an extraction of the noble substances contained in the skins. Once the skins and wine have been separated, the malolactic fermentation begins which occurs spontaneously partly in steel and partly in barrique. This is followed by an aging of the individual varieties for about a year in French oak barriques. The wine is not subjected to clarification or stabilization to maintain the organoleptic characteristics unaltered and is bottled and subjected to subsequent refinement in the bottle for at least 3 months before being placed on the market.

 

TASTING NOTES

Damare Rosso has an intense, almost purplish ruby red color. On the nose, the notes of ripe red fruits and sweet spices are supported by vegetal, spicy and balsamic notes that give complexity and aroratic freshness. On the palate the pleasantness of the drink is supported by a good structure and harmony that make the wine elegant, long and persistent in the gustatory finish.

 

 

NAME

IGT TOSCANA ROSSO


REGION

Tuscany


GRAPES

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot


ENOLOGIST

Emiliano Falsini


LANDS

Hilly 300 m asl, clayey for Merlot, rich in skeleton for Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot


TIME OF HARVEST

First ten days of September for Merlot, mid-October for Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot


REFINING

French Barriques for 14 Months

 

ELEVATION

Bottle for at least 3 months

 

SERVICE TEMPERATURE

18 ° -20 ° C

 

VOL.ALC

14% VOL

 

AGING POTENTIAL

10-15 years

 

VINTAGE ON THE MARKET

2018

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

Luca Maroni 92/99

James Suckling 92/100

Wines Critic 93/100

DAMARE ROSATO

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DAMARE ROSATO

 

From the same Sangiovese that we use for our most representative wine, Diadema Rosso, comes Damare Rosato, a delicate wine with strong and intense aromas, son of the noble Tuscan winemaking tradition.

 

VINIFICATION

from the first harvest of Sangiovese grapes grown in the same vineyards from which we obtain the Diadema Rosso, we get a selection of grapes that are gently pressed, followed by a cold static clarification and alcoholic fermentation at a temperature of about 16 ° C in steel and a aging sur lies for about 5 months.

 

TASTING NOTES

Damare Rosato has a powder pink color, on the nose the fragrant notes of red fruit and light more ripe hints of yellow pulp fruit blend with floral and balsamic hints. The palate is vibrant, with a pleasant freshness and a fruity and persistent finish

 

 

NAME

IGT TOSCANA ROSATO

 

REGION

Tuscany


GRAPES

Sangiovese


ENOLOGIST

Emiliano Falsini

 

LANDS

medium mixture with the presence of limestone

 

TIME OF HARVEST

starting from the beginning of September

 

REFINING

steel for about 5 months

 

ELEVATION

Bottle for at least 3 months

 

SERVICE TEMPERATURE

8 ° -10 ° C

 

VOL.ALC

13% VOL


AGING POTENTIAL

5-8 years

 

VINTAGE ON THE MARKET

2020

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

94/99 Luca Maroni

Wines Critic 90/100

DAMARE, a fresh, direct, ready-to-drink line, versatility and taste for an all-Tuscan experience by DIADEMA.

 

The Rosso, a game of small red fruits and a fresh herbaceous note.

Great balance and fullness of the fruit.

 

The thirst-quenching white, vertical that expresses fruit, flavor and balance.

 

The fresh and lively Rosé, of a light Provençal pink that recalls lightness, a fresh aromatic expression.